The other night I came across this story about a Florida shrimp fisher who pulled this freaky-as-shit beast up onto his boat in April.
Apparently (and appropriately) it’s called a goblin shark, and it’s “the last surviving member of the Mitsukurinidae family, which dates back some 125 million years! It also generally lives thousands of feet under the surface — to a maximum depth of just over 4200 feet! That explains why they’re almost never seen by humans.
The one caught in recently in Florida measured roughly 18 feet long.