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Oldest Shark in the World - 512 Year Old Greenland Shark

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Researchers have found an ancient shark in the North Atlantic, believed to be 512 years old, which could be the oldest living vertebrate in the world. This particular shark, was measured at 18 feet in length and weighed over a tonne. By measuring the size of the shark, researchers suggest the animal could have been born as early as 1505, making it even older than Shakespeare. Thanks for Watching SOME HISTORICAL EVENTS OVER THE LAST 512 YEARS • 1508 | European settlers arrive on American mainland, at the Isthmus of Panama • 1517 | Protestant Reformation begins when monk Martin Luther begins protests against Catholic Church • 1519-1521 | Conquest of Aztec empire by Spain • 1534 | England Breaks With Church in Rome • 1572 | Supernova observed by Tycho Brahe • c1578 | Population of China reaches 60 million • 1582 | Russia, a small Slavic state centered on Moscow, begins its expansion beyond the Ural Mountains, swallowing up dozens of non-Slavic peoples • 1588 | British Empire arises. Battle of the English Channel. Spanish Armada defeated. Seat of Empire moved from Madrid to London • c1592 | Compound microscope developed by Zacherias Jansson of Denmark which lead to study of microorganisms • c1594 | Principles of Algebra developed by mathematician Francios Viete of France • c1600 | Tobacco and coffee consumption skyrockets in Europe. 1604 | Supernova recorded by Johannes Kepler, the last such event observed in our galaxy. • 1608 | Lippershey invents telescope; Galileo Galilei makes astronomical observations. • 1609 | Johannes Kepler shows that a planet moves round the Sun in an elliptical orbit which has the Sun in one of its two foci. • 1611 | Authorized King James Version of the Bible produced under reign of King James of England • 1630 | The first Slide Rule calculators are developed independently by William Aughtred and Edmund Wingate, • c1635 | Pope Clement VIII approves the drinking of coffee, previously considered a heathen's drink • 1652 | European settlers arrive at Cape of Good Hope, south Africa • 1653 | Taj Mahal completed after 22 years of construction, at a cost of $700 million in today's money • 1666 | First English language newspaper is published in London • c1668 | Coffee introduced into North America • 1690 | First newspaper in the United States is published in Boston • 1752 | Ben Franklin suggests lightning rod • 1780 | First establishment of liberal democracy, in North America (western European settlers) and western Europe • 1788 | European settlers arrive at Sydney, Australia; Aboriginal population will decline in Australia from 300,000 to a minimum 60,000 in 1921, mostly due to European diseases • c1800 | Industrial revolution begins in western Europe. • 1816 | Chemist Joseph N. Niepce develops the first photographic negative in France. • 1850 | Human population: 1 billion • c1870 | First environmental problems develop; modern nature conservation movement begins • 1876 | Alexander Graham Bell invents the telephone • 1878 | Thomas Edison patents the phonograph • 1879 | Edison patents the electric lightbulb • c1900 | Humans begin to generate potientally unstable climate. Temperatures, nudged up by emissions of greenhouse gases, rise sharply in the beginning of the 1900s, • 1920 | Western civilization (America/Britain/France) reaches its peak • 1920-1945 | Global-scale wars. • 1945 | American Empire arises. [Truman on WMD|First atomics demonstrated to end Second World War]. Seat of Empire moved to Washington. • 1945-1991 | Cold War between the American and Soviet Empires. • 1948 | Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted by the United Nations • 1950-2000 | Air transportation leads to global travel on unprecedented scale. • 1957 | Civil Rights movement • 1961 | First humans in space; Soviet Empire reaches low earth orbit. • 1969 | First humans on celestial body other than Earth; American Empire reaches the moon. • 1975 | Human population: 4 billion • 1981 | IBM introduces its first personal computer • 1991 | Soviet Empire collapses • 1995 | Internet electronically connects the globe • 2000 | Human population reaches 6 billion ► Wonder World Twitter - 🤍 ★ For personal story suggestions or business enquiries about product stories / reviews, please contact me on my email from the ABOUT page. Note: All suggestions are welcome, but may not be chosen as they are not suitable for this channel. ★★ NOTE: Please do not ask for permission to use footage in this video, or the whole video itself, as the ownership of all footage remains that of the owners who gave me permission to use it. If you want to use any of the footage click on the links above and seek permission from the owners.

The Greenland Shark: The Search For A 400-Year-Old Monster | Natural Kingdom | Real Wild

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Featuring exclusive footage of a species never before filmed in the wild, Searching For A Monster chronicles an incredible four-year scientific quest to find and explore one of nature's most reclusive, little-known creatures; the Greenland Shark. Click here for more documentaries: 🤍 The Greenland Shark: Searching For A 400-Year-Old Monster | Natural Kingdom | Real Wild Follow us on Facebook: facebook.com/realwildschannel Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Content licensed by TVF International to Little Dot Studios. Any queries, please contact us at: owned-enquiries🤍littledotstudios.com #RealWild #Documentary #GreenlandShark #SearchingForAMonster

How Icelandic Fermented Shark Is Made | Regional Eats

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Greenland shark is the most toxic shark in the world. Due to its rich ammonia concentration, eating its fresh meat could even lead to death. Only after a long curing process, it becomes safe to eat. We traveled to Bjarnarhöfn, Iceland where one family has been curing Greenland sharks for hundreds of years. MORE REGIONAL EATS VIDEOS: How Burrata Cheese Is Made In Puglia, Italy | Regional Eats 🤍 How Genovese Focaccia Bread Is Made In Italy | Regional Eats 🤍 How English Black Pudding Is Made In Bury | Regional Eats 🤍 #Iceland #Shark #FoodInsider Insider is great journalism about what passionate people actually want to know. That’s everything from news to food, celebrity to science, politics to sports and all the rest. It’s smart. It’s fearless. It’s fun. We push the boundaries of digital storytelling. Our mission is to inform and inspire. Subscribe to our channel and visit us at: 🤍 Food Insider on Facebook: 🤍 Food Insider on Instagram: 🤍 Food Insider on Twitter: 🤍 Insider on Snapchat: 🤍 Insider on Amazon Prime: 🤍 Insider on TikTok: 🤍 Food Insider on Dailymotion: 🤍 How Icelandic Fermented Shark Is Made | Regional Eats

Greenland Sharks | JONATHAN BIRD'S BLUE WORLD

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Jonathan travels to Canada in search of the Greenland shark, a huge, lethargic shark that lives in arctic waters. It takes days of effort, but finally, in dark, cold, murky water, Jonathan finally meets this elusive animal, and its nothing like he expected. If you like Jonathan Bird's Blue World, join us on Facebook! 🤍 Or Twitter! 🤍 On the Web: 🤍

Catching A Mysterious Arctic Shark | SHARK | River Monsters

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Helping a local Inuit man catch a Giant Greenland Shark! #RiverMonsters #JeremyWade #Shark Welcome to the official River Monsters YouTube channel. Be sure to subscribe to keep up to date with the latest river monsters Jeremy hooks on the end of his line! Subscribe For More River Monsters™: 🤍 Buy merch here! 🤍 River Monsters is a British and American wildlife documentary television programme produced for Animal Planet by Icon Films of Bristol, United Kingdom. It is hosted by extreme angler and biologist Jeremy Wade. Follow The Adventure: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Fish On! With the app - available on iOS and Google Play: 🤍 🤍

Shark greenland:Corkscrew Killer

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The 500-Year-Old Shark | Greenland Sharks

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Greenland Sharks, Monsters of the Arctic Deep: Deep Sea Wonders The Greenland shark is perhaps the most peculiar species of shark, found in the icy Arctic waters often at depths of 2,000 metres, down in the midnight zone of the ocean. Living at such depths has led to Greenland sharks experiencing something known as ‘deep sea gigantism’, which is the tendency for deep-sea dwelling species to be larger than their shallower-water relatives. With some growing to 6 metres long, and weighing 2,000 pounds, they are certainly among the largest shark species in the world. But despite their size, there are no cases of attacks on humans. Like the vultures of the skies, they are primarily scavengers, but strangely enough have been known to eat another ocean leviathan. Beaks of the mighty colossal squid have been found in their stomachs; invertebrates even more elusive than this deep-sea shark. The Greenland shark is truly a living fossil, with some individuals thought to be 400 years old, and possibly more. The transparent tissue of their eye lens is metabolically inactive, and new layers are added as the sharks grows older, much like the rings of a tree. When scientists experimented on the lens tissue of 28 female Greenland sharks from the north Atlantic, using radiocarbon dating on the innermost layer of the lens, they estimated the two biggest sharks to be around 335 to 392 years old. Watch more Deep Sea Wonders: #1 The Greenland Shark - 🤍 #2 The Coelacanth - 🤍 #3 The Oarfish - 🤍 #4 The Ocean Sunfish - 🤍 #5 The Megamouth Shark - 🤍 #6 The Giant Squid - 🤍 Footage used: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 If you are interested, check out these similar videos from other channels on the topic of Greenland Sharks, they really are fascinating creatures: 🤍 🤍 🤍 OUR WEBSITE: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍

The 400-Year-Old Shark - Greenland Sharks

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The fourth largest fish in the sea can live a very long time... Join our Discord server: 🤍 Music by M.Holloway: 🤍 Subscribe to explore the wonderful life around you! Social Media: ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►Google+: 🤍 Sources - 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 #sharkweek

Why Sharks get Creepier the Deeper you Go

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Why Deep Sea Sharks Appear so Mysterious. Sharks have ruled the deep sea for 450 million years. A time during which sharks have adapted and diversified into an array of weird and wonderful species. Many, like the well-known Great White Shark, have adapted to life in the open ocean, as apex predators at the top of the food chain. But the deeper you go into the gaping void of the deep sea, the more peculiar and otherworldly they become. Let’s take a look at these fascinating, yet often misunderstood inhabitants of the oceans. From the deep sea goblin shark and the sixgill, to the elusive Greenland shark and frilled shark, we'll take a look at why deep sea sharks appear so peculiar. Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 00:00 - Introduction 00:58 - The Wonder of Sharks 01:26 - Adaptations of Pelagic Sharks 01:44 - Sharks of the Deep Sea 02:15 - The Evolutionary History of Sharks 02:43 - The First Modern Sharks | The Hexanchiformes 03:08 - Living Fossils | Ancient Adaptations in Sharks 03:29 - The Frilled Shark 03:40 - The Sixgill Shark 03:56 - Why Ancient Sharks Inhabit the Deep Sea 04:48 - Why Deep Sea Sharks have Large Eyes. 04:56 - Biofluorescence in Sharks 05:16 - Why Deep Sea Sharks are so Gigantic 06:04 - The Greenland Shark 06:32 - Feeding Habits of Deep Sea Sharks 07:02 - The Goblin Shark 07:21 - The Megamouth Shark 07:55 - Conclusion: Why Deep Sea Sharks are so Unusual DEEP SEA HUB: 🤍 Footage used is from YouTube, MBARI, OceanX, the Ocean Exploration Institute and the Schmidt Ocean Institute. Music Used: Psychic Magic by Unicorn Heads A Mystical Experience by Unicorn Heads Cumulus Nimbus by Quincas Moreira #deepsea #wildlife #nature #documentary #ocean #marinebiology #science #biology Resources: 🤍 🤍

Gigantic 1500 pound Greenland shark - by team Darwin, Sweden

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Watch how Max Larsson (18 years old) together with his father and grandfather captures and releases a gigantic Greenland shark with an estimated weight of 678 kg (1500 lbs) by rod and reel from a 23-foot boat.

Moose vs. Greenland Shark? | Blitzkrieg Sharks

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Two men find a deep water Greenland Shark beached with something unusual caught in its mouth… ➡ Subscribe: 🤍 ➡ Watch all clips from Destination Wild here: 🤍 About National Geographic Wild: National Geographic Wild is a place for all things animals and for animal-lovers alike. Take a journey through the animal kingdom with us and discover things you never knew before, or rediscover your favorite animals! Get More National Geographic Wild: Official Site: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Learn more about Moose: 🤍 Moose vs. Greenland Shark? | Blitzkrieg Sharks 🤍 Nat Geo Wild 🤍

Rare Encounter with Greenland Shark - Adam Ravetch

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Arctic underwater cinematographer Adam Ravetch discusses the unusual and seldom filmed Greenland Shark, seen during the shoot of the IMAX 3D film, TO THE ARCTIC - presented by 🤍 For more information on Arctic wildlife, see the new IMAX® film "To The Arctic 3D" opening in select IMAX Theatres starting April 20, 2012. "To The Arctic 3D" is a MacGillivray Freeman Film from Warner Bros. Pictures and IMAX Corporation. Presented by One World One Ocean Foundation.

Blue Planet II behind the scenes: The moment giant sharks attack crew submarine - BBC News

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Please subscribe HERE 🤍 At a depth of 750 metres, a Blue Planet II submarine was shoved by some enormous sixgill sharks. The team were tracking a dead sperm whale that had floated onto the Atlantic Ocean seabed. World In Pictures 🤍 Big Hitters 🤍 Just Good News 🤍

Facts: The Greenland Shark

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Quick facts about the longest living marine vertebrate! The Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus, gurry shark). Greenland shark facts! - References and Helpful Links 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Castro, Jose I.. The Sharks of North America. United Kingdom, Oxford University Press, USA, 2011. Encyclopedia of the Arctic. N.p., Taylor & Francis, 2005. Music: Invincible Images Licensed Under Creative Commons/Public Domain By Richard Bartz - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, 🤍 By Jóhann Heiðar Árnason - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, 🤍 By Markus Trienke - passionate runners, CC BY-SA 2.0, 🤍 By bodsa - 🤍 archive copy, CC0, 🤍 By Gabriel Barathieu - 🤍 CC BY-SA 2.0, 🤍 By Chris_huh - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, 🤍 By Chris 73 / Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 3.0, 🤍 Hemming1952 [CC BY-SA (🤍 Videos Licensed Under Creative Commons/Public Domain 🤍 🤍

Incredible 500 Year Lifespan of The Greenland Shark

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The Greenland Shark has the longest lifespan of any living vertebrate by a large margin. Greenland sharks are estimated to live over 500 years and scientists believe this is due to them inhabiting extremely cold waters. There is little footage of them but what footage we do have is very good because they are docile in the presence of humans. This fact about Greenland Sharks is a baffling one and I hope this documentary short taught you something new! Comment if you'd like to know more Greenland Shark Facts. #shorts #facts #shark #youtubeshorts #youtubevideos

Eating Toxic Shark Meat | SHARK | River Monsters

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Jeremy learns about an ancient technique of curing toxic shark meat. #jeremywade #documentary #shark #sharkmeat Welcome to the official River Monsters YouTube channel. Be sure to subscribe to keep up to date with the latest piranha video, tigerfish catch, and shark encounter! Subscribe For More River Monsters™: 🤍 Buy merch here! 🤍 River Monsters is a British and American wildlife documentary television programme produced for Animal Planet by Icon Films of Bristol, United Kingdom. It is hosted by extreme angler and biologist Jeremy Wade. Follow The Adventure: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Fish On! With the app - available on iOS and Google Play: 🤍 🤍

Unbelievable RARE Shark Footage | SHARK | River Monsters

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Extremely rare, and eery underwater footage of a Greenland Shark in Norway! #RiverMonsters #JeremyWade #GreenlandShark Welcome to the official River Monsters YouTube channel. Be sure to subscribe to keep up to date with the latest river monsters Jeremy hooks on the end of his line! Subscribe For More River Monsters™: 🤍 Buy merch here! 🤍 River Monsters is a British and American wildlife documentary television programme produced for Animal Planet by Icon Films of Bristol, United Kingdom. It is hosted by extreme angler and biologist Jeremy Wade. Follow The Adventure: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Fish On! With the app - available on iOS and Google Play: 🤍 🤍

Rare Greenland shark specimen preserved at the Museum | Natural History Museum

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The first complete Greenland shark specimen has been preserved for research in the Museum's spirit collection. The shark was beached at Embleton Bay, Northumberland in October 2013. Scientists know relatively little about Greenland sharks as they spend most of their time in the deep sea and are rarely seen in coastal waters. The Natural History Museum in London is home to over 80 million objects, including meteorites, dinosaur bones and a giant squid. Our channel brings the Museum to you - from what goes on behind the scenes to surprising science and stories from our scientists. Subscribe to our channel for the latest films and live broadcasts about the natural world 🤍 Browse our shop: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

Fighting A Greenland Shark | SHARK | River Monsters

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Jeremy does battle with the mysterious and monstrous Greenland Shark, and comes out on top! #RiverMonsters #JeremyWade #Shark Welcome to the official River Monsters YouTube channel. Be sure to subscribe to keep up to date with the latest river monsters Jeremy hooks on the end of his line! Subscribe For More River Monsters™: 🤍 Buy merch here! 🤍 River Monsters is a British and American wildlife documentary television programme produced for Animal Planet by Icon Films of Bristol, United Kingdom. It is hosted by extreme angler and biologist Jeremy Wade. Follow The Adventure: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Fish On! With the app - available on iOS and Google Play: 🤍 🤍

Megalodon Shark Caught On Camera 62 Feet Long Shocking

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Encounter with the Greenland shark

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It seems this footage is from the first time a living Greenland shark in its natural habitat is captured on video. Since I was a child I am fascinated by this animal, after reading it's big and living in the arctic waters. The Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus) can grow to more than 7 metres, which makes it even larger in lenght than the Great White. It lives in the polar waters of the Atlantic Ocean, though it also appears more to the south. It's teeth are small but razor sharp. In fact, in the past the Inuit used it for cutting off hair. The Greenland shark is closely related to the Pacific sleeper shark (sominosus pacificus). It's a mysterious shark. The biggest mystery appeared when people examined their stomach contents and found the remains of seals, a polar bear and a reindeer. Presently biologist believe those animals were dying or already dead before the shark encountered them. But it's just a theory; the truth could be surprisingly different!

"It Smells Like Ammonia" Andrew Zimmern Eats Rotten Shark In Iceland | Bizarre Foods

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Andrew Zimmern goes to Iceland, where he eats one of the country's specialities: rotten shark. According to the locals, eating this dish without gagging separates the men from the boys! 🇬🇧 Catch full episodes of your favourite DMAX shows on discovery+: 🤍 Subscribe to DMAX for more great clips: 🤍 Like DMAX on Facebook: 🤍 Follow DMAX on Twitter: 🤍

A Greenland shark, one of the longest-living animals on Earth, was caught near Belize

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A Greenland shark, one of the longest-living animals on Earth, was caught near Belize. Researchers caught a Greenland shark off the coast of Belize in April, the first reported sighting of the species in the western Caribbean. The shark is typically found in the Arctic and at depths of up to 7,000 feet below the ocean surface. Researchers tagging tiger sharks off the southern coast of Belize couldn't believe their eyes when they recently reeled in a different kind of fish. It turned out to be a Greenland shark, which is typically found in the Arctic and can live to be over 500 years old. The team of scientists thought the shark was dead when they finally hauled it to the surface. Unlike the tiger sharks they were after, this particular shark had black, worn-looking skin and pale blue eyes. Devanshi Kasana, a Ph.D. candidate at the Florida International University Predator Ecology and Conservation lab, said the shark looked "really, really old." To stay up to date with latest top stories, make sure to subscribe to this YouTube channel by clicking the button above this video!

The Dark Truth Behind Rosie The Abandoned Great White Shark

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The Dark Truth Behind Rosie The Abandoned Great White Shark Subscribe To Beyond The Screen: 🤍 Subscribe To Informoverload: 🤍 Top 10 Frozen 2 Fan Theories. 🤍 Meet Rosie, the two tonne, 5 meter great white shark that was stumbled across by a Youtuber, when he explored an abandoned wildlife park. She’s taxedermied and her home was a huge leaky tank filled with formaldehyde. Original Video By Luke McPherson: 🤍 #shark #greatwhiteshark #rosie CONNECT WITH US: Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 iO T-Shirts: 🤍 For business inquiries, please contact informoverload🤍gmail.com IN THIS VIDEO: Charlotte Dobre: 🤍 VIDEO EDITED BY: Theresa Morozovitch: 🤍

Monsters In The UK | HORROR STORY | River Monsters

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This horror story hits close to home for Jeremy Wade... #RiverMonsters #JeremyWade #Shark Welcome to the official River Monsters YouTube channel. Be sure to subscribe to keep up to date with the latest river monsters Jeremy hooks on the end of his line! Subscribe For More River Monsters™: 🤍 Buy merch here! 🤍 River Monsters is a British and American wildlife documentary television programme produced for Animal Planet by Icon Films of Bristol, United Kingdom. It is hosted by extreme angler and biologist Jeremy Wade. Follow The Adventure: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Fish On! With the app - available on iOS and Google Play: 🤍 🤍

Greenland Shark - Deepsea Oddities

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An extraordinary creature found in both salt and freshwater environments is the world's longest living vertebrate, living many hundreds of years more than human beings. Greenland Sharks are as big as Great Whites and can survive in extreme depths and cold temperatures, as well as warmer waters including the St. Lawrence River in Illinois. Footage from EVNautilus: 🤍 Track one by CO.AG: 🤍 Track two by Jim Gifford: 🤍 What else lurks in the abyss?

Animated Shark Facts - Sleeper Sharks

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Sleeper Sharks: As big as the Great White and as mysterious as the Giant Squid. But what do we actually know about these understudied animals? That's what we are going to discuss in this episode of Facts in Motion. Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Music by Jay Man Tracks used: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍

Greenland Shark Found in Belize

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Greenland Shark Found in Belize

We Are What We Eat: Greenland | Nat Geo Live

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(Part 2 of 7) The Inuit of Greenland have survived for generations eating almost nothing but meat. Photographer Matthieu Paley captures the bloody job of securing a meal in this remote territory. ➡ Subscribe: 🤍 ➡ Get More Nat Geo Live: 🤍 #NationalGeographic #Greenland #NatGeoLive About Nat Geo Live (National Geographic Live): Thought-provoking presentations by today's leading explorers, scientists, and photographers. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Upcoming Events at National Geographic Live: 🤍 The National Geographic Live series brings thought-provoking presentations by today’s leading explorers, scientists, photographers, and performing artists right to you. Each presentation is filmed in front of a live audience at National Geographic headquarters in Washington, D.C. New clips air every Monday. We Are What We Eat: Greenland | Nat Geo Live 🤍 National Geographic 🤍

Ancient Greenland Shark Found Off the Coast of Belize

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One of the last things biologists expected to find in the balmy Caribbean Sea was an ancient Greenland shark, a creature known for dwelling far off, in the icy Arctic. Yet researchers, while temporarily catching and tagging tiger sharks off the coast of Belize, caught a Greenland shark (or potentially a Greenland-shark hybrid), a species that lives for centuries in the deep sea. Mashable is your source for the latest in tech, culture, and entertainment.   Subscribe to Mashable: 🤍 Follow us: Check out 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

STRANGEST New Shark Species Discovered By Scientists!

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Subscribe to World5List: 🤍 Check out our "Superpowers You Can Get RIGHT NOW!" video at: 🤍 Check out our "8 Bizarre Things People Found in Their Pool" video at: 🤍 Check out our "7 Youngest Billionaires in the World" video at: 🤍 9. Sawshark There are seven species of sawshark, which are not related to sawfish. In fact, sawfish are a type of ray, and sawsharks are a type of fish. Confusing, huh? Saw sharks are most commonly found in the Indian and south Pacific oceans, at depths between 40 and 100 meters. In tropical regions, they can be found at much lower depths. 8. Basking Shark While the biggest confirmed basking shark measured 40 feet long, they typically grow between 20 and 26 feet long. They hold their mouths open while swimming, and just their mouth alone can measure up to three feet in length!!! Basking sharks are known as filter feeders, scooping up plankton, crustaceans, and small fish as they swim. 7. Hammerhead Sharks Chances are, you’ve heard of this one, and know right off the bat why it’s on this list - the strange shape of its head! The hammerhead shark gets its name from the unusual shape of its head, and there are eight or nine different species. Until recently, the reason for this shark’s strange head was a hot topic of debate among scientists. 6. Thresher Shark This unique looking shark is best known for its upper caudal fin, which accounts for up to half of its length! Such a long tail comes in handy, sometimes being used to herd schools of fish into tight spots, which makes them easier to catch and eat. The tail can also be used to kill or stun prey by whipping it at the intended target. 5. Frilled Shark This eel-like creature, which bears an alien-like appearance, is thought by some to be the culprit of many alleged ‘sea serpent’ sightings over the centuries. They don’t look very shark-like, with slender, flexible bodies that typically only reach up to six feet in length, and the way they move is even more uncharacteristic of sharks. 4. Megamouth Shark The megamouth shark is also a filter-feeder, like the basking shark, and swims with its mouth open wide to catch plankton and jellyfish. But there are some fundamental differences between the two. Unlike the basking shark, megamouths dwell deep below the ocean’s surface. In fact, it wasn’t even discovered until 1976, off the coast of Oahu, Hawaii, and there have only been 41 confirmed sightings since. 3. Cookie Cutter Shark Meet the only parasite in the shark family, the cookie cutter shark. Unlike predators, which kill their prey, parasites simply feed on an animal, which may cause harm to it, but won’t kill it. They only grow to about the size of a chihuahua, or about 20 inches in length, and are one of the smallest shark species in the world. 2. Goblin Shark This deepwater species is rarely sighted by humans. It is sometimes referred to as a “living fossil” as it is the only living extant relative of the Mitsukurinidae family, a 125 million year old lineage. This amazing creature has an elongated snout, nail-like teeth, and a protrusive jaw, which extends to catch its prey, then snaps back into place. 1. Greenland Shark This is one slooooow shark! A member of the family Somniosidae, or “sleeper sharks,” the greenland shark cruises around at one mile per hour, reaching a maximum speed of 1.6 miles per hour. The greenland shark even has the honor of being the slowest of the sleeper sharks, meaning it’s also the slowest moving shark in the world!

The Oldest 512-Years-Old Shark on Earth

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Okay, I bet you have no clue what animal can live for several centuries. You probably even don't believe it's possible, right? But it is! Researchers do know of one creature that fits the bill, at least according to a recent discovery. So, who is this mysterious record-breaker? Other videos you might like: A Unique Creature on Earth That Can Never Be Killed 🤍 The Great Pyramid Mystery Has Finally Been Solved 🤍 10 Cute Animals That Can Actually Kill You 🤍 TIMESTAMPS: Are you 150? You're still a teen! (If you're a Greenland shark) 0:24 "Soft sharks?" What the...? 1:43 What science guys say about this shark 2:07 Other animals that live REALLY long 3:24 The Red Sea Urchin 3:31 The Long-Finned Eel 4:04 The Galapagos Giant Tortoise 4:34 The Macaw 5:07 The Tuatara 5:36 Koi Fish 5:42 The American Lobster 7:14 Bowhead Whales 7:45 The Antarctic Sponge 8:12 The Immortal Jellyfish 8:45 Music by Epidemic Sound 🤍 SUMMARY: - Greenland shark's lifespan is undoubtedly impressive. These creatures grow and develop extremely slowly: for them, 150 is still considered an immature age! - The scientists managed to determine the sharks’ age by using radiocarbon dating. - After examining all 28 specimens, scientists estimated that while none of the animals in this group was younger than 272 years and the biggest one was 392 years old, some out there could potentially be as old as 512! - Particular species of the Red Sea Urchin can live for as long as 200 years! You can come across a red sea urchin in the waters of the Pacific Ocean not far from the North American west coast. - The Galapagos Giant Tortoise can live to a hundred, but the oldest specimen people know about was 152 years old. - Tuataras develop very slowly and mature only when they reach the age of 30. In the wild, they can live for up to 100 years. - A famous Japanese Koi Fish reached a ripe old age of 226! - Bowhead Whales live in the waters of, well, the Arctic! The age of the oldest bowhead whale ever found was 211 years. - The oldest known sponges are about 1,550 years old. - The Immortal Jellyfish can move from one stage of its life to the next and then back again! Subscribe to Bright Side : 🤍 Our Social Media: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: 🤍 Photos: 🤍 East News For more videos and articles visit: 🤍

Catching A 7ft (2.13m) Long Greenland Shark | SHARK | River Monsters

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Jeremy battles to catch a 7ft Greenland shark that to his surprise, isn't as docile as he thought Welcome to the official River Monsters YouTube channel. Be sure to subscribe to keep up to date with the latest piranha video, tigerfish catch, and shark encounter! Subscribe For More River Monsters™: 🤍 Buy merch here! 🤍rivermonsters-store.com River Monsters is a British and American wildlife documentary television programme produced for Animal Planet by Icon Films of Bristol, United Kingdom. It is hosted by extreme angler and biologist Jeremy Wade. Follow The Adventure: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Shorts!: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Fish On! With the app - available on iOS and Google Play: 🤍 🤍

Rare Footage Of Greenland Shark Alive For Over 500 Years Old

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Subscribe to Caters Clips: 🤍 Subscribe to StoryTrender: 🤍 ' - ID: 1482962 This incredibly rare footage provided an unprecedented glimpse into the life of a Greenland shark, when two scientists had a chance encounter with the ancient species during a routine underwater ecosystem surveillance trip. Despite being able to reach lengths of over seven metres long and possessing the believed capability to live for nearly 500 years, still very little is known about the Greenland shark, due to their notoriously elusive nature. Dwelling in the depths of the bitterly cold North Atlantic Ocean, the secret to this ancient creature’s fountain of youth has remained a mystery for several generations of scientists, but Brynn Devine and Laura Wheeland’s profound encounter with prehistoric shark may help to unravel some of its enigma. Deploying a baited camera on the sea bed off the coast of Nunavut during a research project on behalf of the Fisheries and Marine Institute of Newfoundland Memorial University, Brynn and Laura were left stunned to see the shark emerge from the murky depths and stare down the camera lens. To use or license this video please contact Licensing🤍catersnews.com Company Information: Caters Clips is owned and operated by Caters News Agency Ltd, an international multimedia content provider. We supply news, picture, video and feature stories to the world’s largest media publishers. All videos aired on this channel have been licensed from their rightful owners. For media / licensing / broadcast usages, please contact Licensing🤍catersnews.com 🤍catersnews.com Connect with Caters: Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Like our Facebook: 🤍 Visit our website: 🤍

Watch Jeremy Wade Reel In A 200-Year-Old Greenland Shark In Norway

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#RiverMonsters | Sundays at 9/8c At around 700 pounds and 200 years of age, this Greenland shark is one of Jeremy's largest and oldest catches. Full Episodes Streaming FREE on Animal Planet GO: 🤍 More Monsters: 🤍 Subscribe to Animal Planet: 🤍 Join Us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow Us on Twitter: 🤍

Creepy Ghost Shark With Parasites | Nautilus Live

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NAUTILUS LIVE 2014 | Found while exploring the Kick 'em Jenny submarine volcano near Grenada, the team spotted a Chimaera, or "ghost shark" who appeared to have parasites. An ancient deep water fish, their closest living relative is the shark. E/V Nautilus is exploring the ocean studying biology, geology, archeology, and more. Watch 🤍 for live video from the ocean floor. For live dive updates follow along on social media at 🤍 and 🤍evnautilus on Twitter. For more photos from our dives, check out our Instagram 🤍nautiluslive.

Jeremy Visits Illegal Shark Graveyard | River Monsters

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Jeremy's in Mexico when he comes across a very distrubing shark graveyard. #RiverMonsters #JeremyWade #Sharks Welcome to the official River Monsters YouTube channel. Be sure to subscribe to keep up to date with the latest river monsters Jeremy hooks on the end of his line! Subscribe For More River Monsters™: 🤍 Buy merch here! 🤍 River Monsters is a British and American wildlife documentary television programme produced for Animal Planet by Icon Films of Bristol, United Kingdom. It is hosted by extreme angler and biologist Jeremy Wade. Follow The Adventure: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Fish On! With the app - available on iOS and Google Play: 🤍 🤍

7 of the Most Uniquely Fierce Sharks

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Sharks come in a lot of different shapes and sizes and many of them don't look like the ones you see in movies. Here are seven sharks that went down some decidedly strange evolutionary paths. Hosted by: Hank Green SciShow has a spinoff podcast! It's called SciShow Tangents. Check it out at 🤍 Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: 🤍 Dooblydoo thanks go to the following Patreon supporters: Alex Schuerch, Alex Hackman, Andrew Finley Brenan, Sam Lutfi, D.A. Noe, الخليفي سلطان, Piya Shedden, KatieMarie Magnone, Scott Satovsky Jr, Charles Southerland, Patrick D. Ashmore, charles george, Kevin Bealer, Chris Peters Looking for SciShow elsewhere on the internet? Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Sources: Great whites: 🤍 (🤍 🤍 Greenland sharks: 🤍 🤍 — (🤍 — (🤍 ) 🤍 🤍 Thresher sharks: 🤍 — (🤍 ) Sawsharks: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Goblin sharks: 🤍 🤍 Wobbegongs: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Frilled sharks: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Catsharks: 🤍 (🤍 ) Images: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍

Greenland shark is world's longest-living vertebrate

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Scientists have determined that the Greenland shark is the world's longest-living vertebrate, and may even be able to live up to 400 years. Wildlife biologist Jeff Corwin joins CBSN to discuss.

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