Two new shark species have been identified and they look like nothing you've seen before

The new species of sawshark have distinctive snouts filled with teeth.

(CNN)Scientists have identified two new species of shark that live in the depths of the West Indian ocean.

The new species are six-gill sawsharks, which have distinctive snouts filled with teeth and catfish-like whiskers or feelers that help them detect prey.
One, Pliotrema annae, was discovered after being caught by fishermen in Zanzibar, while the snouts of the other species, known as Pliotrema kajae, were collected in Madagascar, with other specimens later found in museum collections.
    Sawsharks can reach up to about 1.5 metres in length and have a long snout edged with sharp teeth.