Who would have known that there is a new species of shark that is rarely seen alive? Due to the fact that its natural habitat is about 2,000 feet under the sea, it raises discussion that there is considerably a lot more wild life that marine biologists are not aware of.

Implications - This sea monster-like creature was spotted by a fisherman in the south of Tokyo. The creature allegedly looks somewhat like an eel with needle-sharp teeth, with a body about 5 feet long. The shark is often referred to as a "living fossil" due to its primitive aesthetic. Its real name is the frilled shark, and is surely a sign to marine biologists to keep seeking the unknown.