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Search results for: Goblin-shark

AUSTRALIA
RTXIE6K
April 24, 1998
Collection Manager of the Australian Museum Mark McGrouther checks a Goblin Shark's head during a routine...
Collection Manager of the Australian Museum Mark McGrouther checks a Goblin Shark's head during a ro.....
Collection Manager of the Australian Museum Mark McGrouther checks a Goblin Shark's head during a routine inspection in Sydney April 24. The Goblin is rarely seen or caught as it lives at an average depth of more than a kilometre. The Museum's collection of nearly one million fish and aquatic specimens, are mainly preserved in containers of ethyl alcohol after being first fixed in formaldehyde. The specimens are expected to remain in a perfectly preserved state indefinitely.
RTRDFAO
April 24, 1998
Collection Manager of the Australian Museum Mark McGrouther checks a Goblin Shark's head during a routine...
Australia
COLLECTION MANAGER HOLDS A GOBLIN SHARK SPECIMEN IN SYDNEY.
Collection Manager of the Australian Museum Mark McGrouther checks a Goblin Shark's head during a routine inspection in Sydney April 24. The Goblin is rarely seen or caught as it lives at an average depth of more than a kilometre. The Museum's collection of nearly one million fish and aquatic specimens, are mainly preserved in containers of ethyl alcohol after being first fixed in formaldehyde. The specimens are expected to remain in a perfectly preserved state indefinitely.

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