Ghost Shark Caught on Camera for the First Time

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+4 1. Judge-Jake commented 108 days ago

Sorry but I don't believe in Ghost sharks :D
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+1 2. ringmaster commented 107 days ago

It being found in new places can be due to climate changes.
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0 3. snotraddict commented 106 days ago

#2 or just plain old migration?
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-1 4. sux2bu commented 105 days ago

If they are now expanding their range and showing up in new locations things must be going well for their species.
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0 5. Natan_el_Tigre commented 99 days ago

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pointy-nosed_blue_chimaera (i)

Climate changes? Plain old migration? Things must be going well? Do we have any ichthyologists in the house? 8-)