Shark tale: 12-foot Arctic predator caught in warm Gulf of Mexico

Greenland sharks are cold-water swimmers, and usually live in the northern Atlantic, near the Arctic Circle. When they swim south, as they often do, they swim deeper, at depths below 3,000 feet where the water is a bracing 40 degrees Fahrenheit. It’s quite a contrast to the Gulf of Mexico’s waters, more than 80 degrees Fahrenheit the day the shark was caught. [email protected]

One Response to Shark tale: 12-foot Arctic predator caught in warm Gulf of Mexico

  1. neil says:

    You can catch these bitches anywhere all you have to do is use corexit as chum, it’s crazzy

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