Mitsukurina owstoni (Goblin Shark) found at continental shelf levels 330' to deep sea depths 4300' the shelf is where most deep sea commercial fishing is done. Scientific Name: Mitsukurina owstoni Rank: Species Higher classification: Mitsukurina; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goblin_shark
Goblin Shark | When people say they're scared of sharks I was like ok w/e just stay out of the water and sharks won't be that scary. At the time, I didn't know about their cousin they keep in the basement. NOW I'm like Oh Yeah I'm afraid I'm very afraid! This shark makes all the other sharks look like guppies! ~Imelda
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Growing up to 11 feet long, the Goblin Shark sports a bizarre upper “snout” that acts as an electrical receptor to help it locate prey. It has extendable jaws lined with sharp teeth that pull any prey animals into its mouth.