Fisherman Find Prehistoric ‘Dino Shark’ With 300 Razor Sharp Teeth

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Fisherman off the coast of Victoria, Australia have discovered something that looks like it’s from the set of the new Jurassic Park film. Except it isn’t. It’s actually legit.

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David Guillot hauled this insane prehistoric creature that they’re now calling a ‘frilled shark’ and it has been described as a ‘living fossil’ dating back over 80 million years. Jesus christ.

The beast has 25 rows of razor sharp teeth and an eel-like body. NOPE. I’m glad these things are incredibly, incredibly rare.

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Simon Boag from the South East Trawl Fishing Association said it was the first time a frilled shark has been sighted in living local memory:

We couldn’t find a fisherman who had ever seen one before. It does look 80 million years old. It looks prehistoric, it looks like it’s from another time!

[via Telegraph]

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