The animal of the day is the Frilled Shark. (Did you know: This is a primitive shark that looks like a dark brown or grey eel. It has six gill slits where the tissue protrudes giving it the frilled look of its name. They are mainly found in the oceans near Norway, South Africa, New Zealand, and Chile. Growing up to about 6 feet in legth, the frilled shark feeds on squid, bony fish, and other sharks.
Checkout it’s teeth!