In April, researchers from Florida International University and local fishers witnessed a Greenland shark in the Caribbean. The group was tagging tiger sharks at Glover’s Reef, in Belize when they pulled something strange out of the water. Instead of a tiger shark, they got a small-blue-eyed, 11 foot ancient beast. Before they got a chance…
It is extremely rare to find a Greenland Shark off the waters of England. The last one happened 9 years ago!
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The Greenland Shark is mysterious, massive, and the longest living vertebrate on the planet. It’s flesh smells and tastes like urine and is extremely toxic. Read on to find out more about this shark that’s like no other.