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A large-bodied, powerful species, the broadnose sevengill shark can be distinguished from most other sharks by the fact that it possesses…
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The large, florescent green eyes of this slender shark may be its most noticeable feature as it moves silently though the ocean depths. As…
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The little-known, deepwater-dwelling frilled shark (Chlamydoselachus anguineus) is one of the most primitive species of living shark…
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