In Canada fished unknown horned fish
The Arctic waters, in the northern part of Canada, fishermen caught a very strange fish. After a series of arguments and assumptions, scientists have concluded that the Davis Strait they got a unique long-nosed chimera.
In this deep-sea fish species long nose, a huge terrible jaw and poisonous spines located on the dorsal fin. The researchers said that long-nosed chimera dwells on the depth and thus rarely gets into the hands of people.
"If you go down to a depth of two thousand meters, most of all, you can find many unique long-nosed chimaeras. We simply can not guess about it, "- says Nigel Hass from the University of Windsor (Canada).
Like all chimeras, long-nosed representatives of this species are relatives of sharks that about 400 million ago stood out in their subspecies.