Feeding Habits - Little is known about the dwarf gulper shark's diet, but its teeth and favored water depth provide some clues. The teeth in its lower jaw are much larger than the upper teeth, but all are shaped like blades for grasping and slicing. With that in mind, and the fact that this is a dogfish in the deep sea, it probably consumes things like crustaceans, various deepwater fishes, shrimp, squids and jellyfish.
Cool Fact - Some fish used to make "fish and chips" in the United Kingdom resemble the dwarf gulper shark in shape and size.
Depth - 1,476 feet