Cyclopse Sharks Do Exist, now we Just Need to Find a Unicorn

In this day and age when you can make anything appear real in photoshop, seeing a one eyed creature instantly makes you want to figure out what kind of tools they used to get it to look just right.

But the Cyclopse shark pictured to the left, was actually sliced from the belly of a pregnant mamadusky shark caught by a commercial fisherman in the Gulf of California earlier this summer. According to all the reports emerging about this weird creature, the shark is real.

Shark researchers have examined the preserved creature and found that its single eye is made of functional optical tissue, they said last week. It’s unlikely, however, that the malformed creature would have survived outside the womb. Kind of freaky if you ask me, but wake me up when you find a unicorn. Via: Yahoo News