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A small shark found in the Gulf of Mexico, the mysterious pouch in the vicinity of the front fins, it has turned out to be a new species, scientists say.

The aptly-named American bag, a shark, or a Mollisquama mississippiensis, make use of the bags, spray with a little glowing clouds in the atlantic ocean. This is only the third species of sharks, more than 500, and that it can squirt glowing liquid is, according to R. Dean Grubbs, a Florida State University chemist who was not involved in the study. The other two are the well-known bag, a shark and the tail light shark, which is a similar gland in the vicinity of the tail.

“You have such a small bulb illuminated a shark cruising around in the oceans of the world, and we don’t know anything about him,” Grubbs told The Associated Press. “It shows us how little we actually know about it.”

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The new shark was discovered by Mark Grace, an ichthyologist at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). He brought a baby of the species during a survey in 2010 to find out what’s in the Gulf of Mexico, sperm whales eat by trawling in an area and at a water depth where the tagged whales had been eating.

In this image provided by the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries Science Center, shows the 5.5-inch-long, rare, pocket, path. A pocket-sized bag of giant shark found in the Gulf of Mexico has turned out to be a new species, and a spray of small, glowing clouds and into the ocean. (Mark Grace/the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Southeast Fisheries Science Center via AP, File

He also told the AP that the U.s. bag of shark it was in the last bag, he opened three years later.

“I’ve been in science for about 40 years,” he said. “I can usually make a pretty good guess. I just couldn’t do it with this one. I thought I was doing something wrong.”

Of the bag, a shark known to science, is a 16-inch adult female was found in the Pacific Ocean off Peru. By way of comparison, in the Us pocket, shark discovered, by the Grace of a new-born male, measuring 5.6 inches in length.

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The firm have an influence on are covered with the pigment coated fluorescent-image, which implies that they are spraying, light, liquid Grace, and his associates wrote in the journal Zootaxa.” The uk has clusters of light-emitting cells that are spread out on her stomach.

A 2015 paper, identified the shark as the second one of its kind. It has a two-year period, including a high-resolution scanning of the particle accelerator in Grenoble, France, for more details, to make sure that it is a new species. Another European expert, Julien Claes, did the cell dissection, a little bit of the bag fabric at the confirmation of his position.

The project was exciting,” Grace said.

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“I don’t get it,” he added. “I have to remind myself, this is one of the major parts of the science, to partnerships such as this.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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