Creature Feature. Goblin Shark ( Mitsukurina owstoni ). Bottom dwelling sharks Usually inhabit continental slope region (885 - 3149 ft) Rarely seen at the surface or in shallow coastal waters (very elusive) Identified by its elongated and flattened snout
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Identified by its elongated and flattened snout
Up to 25% of the shark's body weight can be its liver
Next to nothing is known of the goblin shark's reproductive habits
Thought to be ovoviviparous
Have never caught a pregnant female