Frilled Shark
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Scientific Name

Chlamydoselachus Anguineus


Safir Cave

Real Life Location

Atlantic and pacific oceans

Tackle Size


Maximum Size

7.87 feet

Base Fish Points


The Frilled Shark (Chlanydoselachus anguineus) is a fish from Safir Cave. It is relatively common and it is usually easily distinguishable in the water. In reality it is also called the "Lizard Shark" or the "Frill-Gilled Shark." It is less valuable than the other fish in the cave. It is easy to spot in the water when you can still see throught it. It looks like a snake thing and like a King of Herrings, only smaller. It is one of the rarest sharks in the world due to it's unique appearance. The illustration of the Frilled Shark is inaccurate, and looks a lot scarier. The real life frilled shark does have frilled gills, but it has sections of teeth with several teeth on them, making the Frilled Shark, a lot more intimidating. 


Baits & Lures

  • Rainbow Bait (Large)
  • Quick Hitter (Large)
  • B Rank Frilled Shark on the End-of-the-Day screen
  • A Frilled Shark in the Photoguide

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