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In this picture released by Awashima Marine Park, a 1.6 meter long Frill shark swims in a tank after being found by a fisherman at a bay in Numazu, Japan. The frill shark, usually lives in waters 600 meters deep. It's body shape and it's number of gills are similar to fossils of sharks which lived 350,000,000 years ago. In relation to it's size and 300 teeth, the frill shark is usually referred to as a sea serpent or Loch Ness Monster.



Mahi Mahi - Dorade coryphène is a very ugly fish but it is very good in taste,