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Bean, B.A., 1905. Notes on an adult goblin shark (Mitsukurina owstoni), of Japan. Proc.U.S.Natl.Mus., 28:815-8

Fowler, H.W., 1941. The fishes of the groups Elasmobranchii, Holocephali, Isospondyli, and Ostariophysi obtained by US Bureau of Fishing Steamer ALBATROSS. Bull.U.S.Natl.Mus., 100(13):879 p.

Bigelow, H.B. and W.C. Schroeder, 1948. Sharks. Mem.Sears Found.Mar.Res., (1):53-576

Bass, A.J., J.D. D'Aubrey and N. Kistnasamy, 1975b. Sharks of the east coast of southern Africa. 4. The families Odontaspididae, Scapanorhyn chidae, Isuridae, Cetorhinidae, Alopiidae, Orectolobidae and Rhiniodontidae. Invest.Rep.Oceanoar. Res.Inst., Durban, (39):102 p.

Uyeno, T., K. Nakamura and S. Mikami, 1976. On the body coloration and an abnormal specimen of the goblin shark. Mitsukurina owstoni Jordan. Bull.Kanagawa Prefect.Mus.Nat.Sci., (9):67-72

Piotrovskij, A.S. and V.G. Prut'ko, 1980. On the occurrance of the goblin shark (Scapanorhynchus owstoni Jordan, 1898) (Chondrichthyes, Scapanorhynchidae) in the Indian Ocean. J.Ichthyol., 19(5):145-6

Goblin shark (Mitsukurina owstoni)