Sea Serpent Shark Captured In Australia

 A  scary sea serpent-like creature caught by a fishermen recently off the south-eastern coast of Victoria, Australia.

The prehistoric creature, which is called frilled shark, got his name because of  its six pairs of frill-like gills, a mouth full of 300 razor sharp teeth in 25 rows. the long jaws open wide so they can consume prey whole and the rows of teeth keep the unlucky meal from wiggling out of its mouth.

The creature that resemble to an eel or serpent more than a shark. the species is very rare and if also very rare to seen alive.

The creature was caught by David Guillot, in waters near Lakes Entrance at a depth of 700 meters. He said that “The head on it was like something out of a horror movie. It was quite horrific looking … It was quite scary actually.”

The frilled shark that was caught was two-meter-long which was turn over to the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization that was positively confirmed that the creature was caught was really a frilled shark.

Frilled shark, was first discovered around the year of 1880 and their sightings are very rare.
their range is worldwide, with evidence of their existence found in both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. the frilled shark is listed as near-threatened.
sources: mysterious , youtube