|Scientific Name||Mitsukurina owstoni|
|Regional Names|| Requin lutinFR|
Tiburón duende rosadoES
|Length||3.5m / 11ft|
The Fish Journal records the following information:
"Can be seen all year round near the ocean floor of deep water areas."
 Description 1
"It has a spindle-shaped, extremely soft body with an elongated flat snout and a length of 3.5m. Its dorsal and ventral fins are round and the upper section of its caudal fin is long. Its body is white tinged with pink."
 Description 2
"Their teeth are thin and long and point slightly inwards. Their mouths can be pushed forward. After death, their entire body becomes congested with blood and turns red followed by brown."
 Description 3
"They use the sensory organs on their elongated snouts to search for food on the ocean floor and, after locating something suitable, push their mouths forward to retrieve and swallow it. This species was named after the person who discovered it and the professor whom the specimen was donated to."