Glow in the dark Shark
Scientists near New Zealand say they have discovered glow in the dark sharks. The technical term is bioluminescence, most commonly seen in plankton. The three glowing shark species they discovered are kitefin, southern lanternshark, and blackbelly lanternshark (whoa, blackbelly bam-a-lam). This is the first time bioluminescence has been found in sharks. These are deep ocean sharks living between 200 to 1,000 meters down. They were found in the Chatham Rise area of the ocean floor east of New Zealand.
Next sharknado movie? Hurricane at night, with glowing sharks!