Monster Fish Caught Near Australian Coast

23.01.2015

Two-meter fossil shark was caught near the coast of Australia by the local fishermen. Rare fish simultaneously reminds fish, eel and snake. She has 300 teeth, arranged in 25 rows, but for a man it is not dangerous, according to zoologists. Her favorite treat is squid. Until now it was believed that the this fish doesn't reach the waters of Australia. The first time it was discovered in the late XIX century in the northern part of the Pacific Ocean, near the coast of the Japanese archipelago.

Monster Fish Caught Near Australian Coast

It is a living fossil, which appeared presumably 95 million years ago. These sharks nurture offspring for about three years. However, these fish tend not to be seen by in humans, so we do not know about them so much.