Did you know that there is a shark specie discovered as late as in 1976? It’s the plankton-eating Megamouth Shark, named because it’s mouth measured up to 22 percent of it’s body.
Among the 102 specimen that have been found since then, 91 were dead
- washed ashore
- tangled and died in a net
- caught and being consumed
and only 11 were alive sightings or could been released alive.
I really hope there are others out there hiding from us as before 1976, because their chance of survival after exposed to humanity isn’t great.