Goblin Sharks

Named for its peculiar, blade-like snout and toothy, forceps-like jaws, the Goblin Shark (Mitsukurina owstoni) is arguably the weirdest of sharks. It grows to a length of at least 12.5 feet (3.8 meters), has a flabby body and soft skin that, in life, is colored pinkish grey.

The Goblin Shark generally grows to be about 11 feet, no matter if it’s male or female.

The Goblin shark is a bottom-dweller found in depths of about 3,940 feet (1,200 m) in the western Pacific, the western Indian Ocean and the western and eastern Atlantic.

Social Groups:
It is unknown if this mysterious creature travels in packs or not due to its rare encounters with humans.

Life span:
It is unknown how long the goblin sharks lives.

population :
It is unknown how many Goblin Sharks live around the world at this time.