Goblin Sharks Use Jelly Filled ElectroReceptors To Sense Faint Electric Fields Produced By Nearby Prey

The goblin shark is a rare species of sharks that live deep below the sea. The shark has a very unique look with a pink colored skin and dangerously sharp teeth. The sharks are typically about three to four meters in length but can grow much larger as mature adults. Goblin sharks can be found in a few different environments such as submarine canyons, seamounts and continental slopes. They will usually be at depths of greater than three hundred thirty feet.

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