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The 8 Oldest Animal Species on Earth

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Frilled Shark

Deep beneath the waves of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans hides one of the more aesthetically challenged species of shark besides the Gonzo-nosed goblin shark: The frilled shark. Eel-like and less streamlined than whale sharks or great whites, frilled sharks are an evolutionary throwback, displaying a top jaw that is a part of its skull as opposed to being hinged. Also of note is its bizarre set of chompers, each tooth having three points.

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