a species of shark native to the Arctic greenland shark, first time CaribbeanViewed in . Scientists are investigating the reasons why the animal is so far from the cold seas.
a species native to the Arctic and living in cold waters greenland shark first time CaribbeanIt was detected near the Belize barrier reef in . Scientists are trying to figure out what the Arctic animal is doing thousands of miles south of the cold seas where it lives.
North PoleAlthough far from of the Caribbean The deep sea is also very cold and apparently very suitable for these animals. experts, including Greenland sharks “sleeper shark” He says the so-called species can live in deep seas around the world. But sightings like this are not common.
Florida International University and the Department of Fisheries in BelizeResearchers from Belize, the world’s second longest barrier reef, said that the Greenland dog tie, which was attached to the research mechanisms, was swimming near the reef. This is the first time such an animal has been seen in Western Caribbean waters.
They may be traveling the world
Devanshi Kasana, one of the team conducting the research, said that the discovery could indicate that such sharks potentially roam the world’s oceans from the pole to the Equator, but it is estimated that these sharks stay very deep in tropical waters.