Greenland Shark possibly the creature said to be Lochness Monster.

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is a Shark a mammal or fish? That is the question that is perhaps most commonly asked when talking about sharks. Since sharks give birth to pups, and a few species lay eggs, the common consensus is that sharks are mammals.  Across the board, though, 70% of all sharks give birth, while the remaining 30% lay eggs. Sharks are actually fish, which is sure to be a surprise to many.

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Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus) also known as the Sleeper or ground shark is a shark endemic to, you guessed it Greenland and Iceland, making them the northernmost shark alive today.

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s Oldest Vertebrate Discovered? the Greenland Shark Can Live 272 Years!

I repeat, there are sharks older than the United States. #sharks #wow #ocean

The Greenland shark can live to be 400 years old. Researchers discovered this longevity by carbon dating the sharks’ eyes based on the fallout from nuclear bomb testing in the which means there are sharks in the ocean that were born before the.

Greenland sharks are one of the largest living shark species and rival great whites in size. These sharks can grow to about the size of a large pickup truck, about 20 feet long.

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shark in *Greenland. MORE OF WTF-FUN-FACTS are coming HERE funny and weird facts ONLY

shark in *Greenland. MORE OF WTF-FUN-FACTS are coming HERE funny and weird facts ONLY<<< if it eats polar bears then why the hell is this guy diving next to it and what is stopping the shark from eating the photographer and/or the diver?

Greenland Shark is world's longest living vertebrate, living up to 400 - new info about the age of the oldest living sharks. very cool! lj

Greenland Shark is world's longest living vertebrate, living up to 400

A team of scientists have found what could be the longest-lived vertebrate animal in the world, a Greenland shark around 400 years old.

A Greenland shark returning to the deep and cold waters of the Uummannaq Fjord in northwestern Greenland. The sharks were part of a tag-and- release program in Norway and Greenland.

400-year-old Greenland shark is oldest vertebrate animal

The long lifespan of the Greenland shark, shown here in the cold, deep waters of the Uummannaq Fjord, may only be surpassed by that of the ocean quahog, a clam known to live as long as 507 years.

A greenland shark in Nunavut, Canada (file picture).    Photograph by Paul Nicklen, National Geographic

A greenland shark in Nunavut, Canada (file picture). Photograph by Paul Nicklen, National Geographic

A definitely not photoshopped picture of the TERRIFYING Greenland Shark... #shark

The Greenland Shark Will Snack On Almost Anything

Greenland sharks live in icy ocean depths that can approach 610 meters feet).

Sorry Twitter this Greenland shark is not actually full of pee

Sorry Twitter, this Greenland shark is not actually full of pee

Sorry Twitter this Greenland shark is not actually full of pee

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