Rare megamouth shark beaches in the Philippines


This video is called Alien Sharks: The Megamouth.

By Cheryl Eddy, 29 January 2015:

Incredibly Rare And Mysterious Deep-Sea Megamouth Shark Washes Ashore

There have been fewer than 100 confirmed sightings of the megamouth shark, an elusive deep-sea species that uses its huge maw to trap tiny bits of plankton and krill. So when a 15-foot specimen washed ashore in the Philippines this week, scientists were more than overjoyed.

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