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Living Fossils: 10 Plants & Animals With Staying Power

For so-called "living fossils", the maxim "if it ain't broken, don't fix it" would seem to apply. Surviving relatively unchanged for tens, even hundreds of millions of years, these very special plants and animals have each managed to find a successful ecological niche and have stuck with it.
Debra Mikalauskas
Debra Mikalauskas • 2 years ago

Growing up to 11 feet long, the Goblin Shark sports a bizarre upper “snout” that acts as an electrical receptor to help it locate prey. It has extendable jaws lined with sharp teeth that pull any prey animals into its mouth.

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sharks can sense their prey by a "sixth sense" using electrical current sensors located on their snouts

The Great White Shark, (Carcharodon carcharias) can be found in all waters surrounding Australia. Growing up to 6 meters long and weighing over 2 tons, it is the largest predator fish. It preys on sea mammals and birds and is well known for attacking people.