(Answer) Perhaps while on vacation, what deep-sea shark named for an Arctic locale was spotted in the Caribbean?

[8-5-2022] Microsoft Rewards Homepage Bing News Quiz Question: Perhaps while on vacation, what deep-sea shark named for an Arctic locale was spotted in the Caribbean?

The given options are:

  • Greenland shark
  • Iceland shark
  • Baffin Island shark

Correct Answer: Greenland shark


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3 Comments

  1. “A Greenland shark, typically found in the Arctic, has been found thousands of miles south in Belize.”
    Everything is changing in the nature nowadays.

  2. “The Greenland shark is the world’s longest-living vertebrate. It can live for 400 years – twice the age of the longest-living land animal, the giant tortoise.” – National Geographic Channel.
    Hoo Lee Sheet. !!!

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