In the Pacific, rare sharks caught vipers

In the Pacific, rare sharks caught vipers

As many as five of rare sharks Vipers managed to catch in the Pacific Ocean off the Taiwanese city Donghe District. Sharks belong to the little-studied type of Trigonognathus kabeyai, which was first opened in 1986.

In the Pacific, rare sharks caught vipers

A feature of these predators is that they can push forward his jaw, which is reminiscent of the monsters from the movie "Alien." Jaws with thin sharp teeth like a serpent, a very wide open and allow enough swallow larger fish.

In the Pacific, rare sharks caught vipers

Sharks viper live at a depth of 300 - 400 meters and rise closer to the surface at night to hunt. Predator glow in the dark and feed on other fish or crustaceans.