Like so many deep sea fishes, not much is known about the goblin shark. But here's a bit of what we do know:
1) They are bottom feeders.
2) The smallest one on record was 3.51 feet. The largest one was 12.6 feet.
3) As far as reproduction goes, they are thought to be ovoviviparous, but a pregnant female has never been captured. And we've never seen goblin shark babies.
4) They are described as having a large mouth and a soft, flabby body. I have at least that in common with the goblin shark.
Thanks for the shark, Ellie.
Photo source: Discovery