The Mysterious Skinless Shark That Has Scientists Baffled

Pale Yellow Color

8. Pale Yellow Color

When Mr. Mulas and his team inspected the shark closely, they found that it had a smooth, thin, and translucent layer of skin that was pale yellow in color. The surprising smoothness of its outer layer was because of its obvious lack of epidermis or dermal denticles that usually cover up the shark’s skin.

This translucent, pale yellow exterior gave the fish a somewhat ghost-like appearance, made to look even more bizarre by the jet-black gills and stomach peeking through its yellowish skin. 
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