A shark with the ugly proportions of the pre-historic era has surfaced near Japan offering a rare view of this denizen of the deep.The shark died in captivity. When asked how the Japanese found it, a spokesman replied, "Delicious! Pass the soy sauce."
The "Frilled Shark" is hardly ever seen because its habit is 600 metres or more below the ocean surface.
It's called a "Frilled Shark" and is very rarely seen alive because its natural habitat is some 600 metres or more under the sea.
But one lucky Japanese fisherman alerted marine officials that he had spotted what he said was an odd-looking eel-like creature with a mouthful of needle-sharp teeth.
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