16. Other Types Of Shark Mutations Exist
While this is out first ever record of a skinless and toothless shark, marine biologists have recorded other cases of genetic mutations in sharks for a long time. One such example is shark albinism – where the shark does not have any kind of melanin pigmentation in or on its body.
Another example of a freaky genetic mutation in sharks is the case of two-headed sharks. Scie3nstist are finding more and more cases of two-headed sharks in oceans across the world. While no one is sure why this is happening, the ugly effects of climate change and pollution are again popping as the possible causes.