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Sharpnose Sevengill Shark

Right off the bat, this shark makes a strong, independent statement of your individuality. “What, you’ve never heard of a Sharpnose Sevengill Shark? Oh, I thought they’d been around forever,” you will casually drawl as you adjust your scarf and hobble awkwardly away on your six remaining toes.
Where to get attacked:
For a memorable encounter with this shark, try the warm, green waters of the Gulf of Mexico. According to scientists, they “may aggregate around seamounts on the upper continental slope at depths of 980-1,970 feet." Don't tell everyone, scientists!