Sunday, May 16, 2010
This beautiful creature is in fact a species of the Iceland Catshark.
This is the first time it has been found in Greenland waters.
This small shark has been found in other oceans at depths between 2,645 to 4,625 feet, where it feeds on fish, marine worms and crustaceans such as lobster and crabs.
The recent discovery of this catshark is probably due to an increase in deep-sea fishing around Greenland.
There are other strange sea species being found as well.