If a shark itself is scary enough for you, then how would you react to a one-eyed albino cyclops shark?
That is exactly what a Mexican fisherman named Enrique Lucero León found in the Gulf of California.
It all began when León legaly caught a pregnant dusky shark. Once he cut open the shark's womb, he found a total of 10 fetuses. Nine were perfectly normal, but the tenth one was somewhat of a miracle.
The 22 inch (55 cm) embryo was basically colorless and only had one eye, which fascinated the scientific world.
Cyclopia is an extremely rare condition among animals, making such a discovery a true once in a lifetime experience.
Although many did not believe that the shark was real, this colorless cyclops was officially confirmed as authentic by a biologist Felipe Galván-Magaña of the biological center in La Paz.
Check out some cyclops shark images below.