The chimaera – or “ghost shark” – is a rarely seen creature that dwells in the depths of the ocean. Its bizarre appearance has also led to other nicknames, such as ratfish, rabbitfish and spookfish.
The chimaera – or “ghost shark” – is a rarely seen creature that dwells in the depths of the ocean. Its bizarre appearance has also led to other nicknames, such as ratfish, rabbitfish and spookfish. Screen capture from Washington Post video
The chimaera – or “ghost shark” – is a rarely seen creature that dwells in the depths of the ocean. Its bizarre appearance has also led to other nicknames, such as ratfish, rabbitfish and spookfish. Screen capture from Washington Post video

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