Scientists discover glow in the dark shark in Pacific Ocean

Posted on:27 Jul 2017 11:23:25
Scientists discover glow in the dark shark in Pacific Ocean
27 July 2017 Current Affairs: Scientists have discovered new species of glow-in-the-dark shark living 1,000 feet below the Pacific Ocean off the coast of the northwestern Hawaiian islands.

It has been named Etmopterus lailae and belongs to lantern shark family.

Etmopterus lailae is a strange head shape which is large and bulgy snout where its nostrils and olfactory organs are located in Sea.
Scientists have discovered new species of glow-in-the-dark shark living 1,000 feet below the Pacific Ocean off the coast of the northwestern Hawaiian islands.

It has been named Etmopterus lailae and belongs to lantern shark family.

Etmopterus lailae is a strange head shape which is large and bulgy snout where its nostrils and olfactory organs are located in Sea.

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