Tthe angular rough shar (Oxynotus centrina) is suitably named for its pointed head and fins, and the rough teeth-like scales, known as ‘denticles’, which cover its body. The angular rough shark has a broad, flattened head, a short, blunt nose and two tall, sail-like dorsal fins.
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Aw, it looks like a monster from Star Wars.
Like a baby version of a much bigger thing.