Do you know these creatures lurking in the last unexplored region of the planet?
196 - 4,265 ft.
The oldest living species of shark, this is truly a face that only a mother could love. They are known as living fossils that can use their retractable jaw to catch prey.
2,700 - 4,700 ft.
This shark was recently discovered in 2015 and is jet black with bioluminescent features. Its name comes from it's ability to glow in the dark and its ninja-like hunting style.
393 - 5,150 ft.
Responsible for the myth of sea serpents, this shark's species name means "consisting of snakes."
2,569 - 7,200 ft.
Among the world’s largest predatory sharks, growing up to eighteen feet in length, but also among its most elusive.