Radiocarbon dating finds a Greenland shark that could be 400 years old
Julius Nielsen reader comments 17 Share this story At four to five meters in length, the Greenland shark (Squaliformes, Somniosus microcephalus) is the largest fish native to the Arctic waters. Getting that big must take a while, and scientists have long known that these sharks grow less than one cm per year. So these sharks probably live a very long...
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