Paul Nicklen/National Geographic Creative A Greenland shark swims in Lancaster Sound A large, almost-blind shark that lives in the freezing waters of the North Atlantic and Arctic oceans is officially the world's longest-living vertebrate, ... Nature, 2 weeks ago
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