GHOOOST SHAAARK - now with 50% more parasites
poor sick bro… but jawsome to see such an amazing ancient fish!
ghost sharks are also known as chimaera and are a cousin to our friends the sharks, breaking off some 400 million years ago. They are isolated deep water fishes.
I do recommend taking a quick peek at the wiki about Ghost Sharks as they are quite different from the sharks that normally show up on this blog. Their jaws are fused to their skulls and they have two outholes instead of just the cloaca, for instance.
This is apparently what their egg case looks like :3