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Rare frilled shark with unusual teeth and 'snake-like' head found off Portugal's coast

Mashable Monday, 13 November 2017 ()
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A little-known frilled shark has been found off the Algarve coast in Portugal by scientists, who were conducting research on minimising unwanted catches in European fisheries.

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News video: A Shark From Prehistoric Times Is Back

A Shark From Prehistoric Times Is Back 00:50

The phrase “they don’t make ’em like they used to” definitely applies to a rare shark found off the southern coast of Portugal. The shark in question is a frilled shark, a species that is considered a “living fossil” because remains of the animal date back 80 million years, according to...

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