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Beneath the serene ocean surface

An ancient shark with a snake head and 300 teeth is why we should say no to the ocean

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The shark is named after its gills, which have frilly, fluffy edges, but the cuddly factor ends abruptly there. Inside its short-snouted head are hundreds of needle-sharp teeth, neatly lined in 25 rows. It uses quick lunges to sink those teeth into other sharks, fish, octopuses and squid.

MAYBE it's time we Homo sapiens re-evaluated our relationship with the oceans of the world.

It has been a good few millennia, sure, but our love affair may have been a little rushed. After all, what do we really know about the ocean? Roughly 95 per cent of it remains unexplored, and it

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