A rare Golin Shark was washed up on a beach in Ose, Shizuoka Prefecture, to the south of Mount Fuji and a Japanese Twitter user captured and posted it on the Internet.
The species of the shark look fierce with its long nose and hidden mouth. It usually lives thousands of feet under the sea. They extend their mouth when they found food to eat.
Goblin sharks seldom swim near the surface of the ocean so why this young shark washed ashore is still a question.