The Greenland Shark has a short, rounded snout, small eyes, and relatively small dorsal and pectoral fins. It lacks spines in its dorsal fins. It is a slow swimmer, and likely ambushes its prey and scavenges for carrion. The Greenland shark’s flesh is poisonous when fresh, but can be eaten once it’s been dried. The shark is typically found in the Northern Atlantic and Arctic regions. They are ovoviviparous and produce an average of 10 offspring at a time.
656ft - 1968ft
poisonous to eat