Time to test your general knowledge about animals.
Is the animal in the picture real or is it photoshopped?
If it’s a real animal, what is it called?
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Yes it’s a real animal and is called the Long Nosed Chimaera Fish.
The Rhinochimaeridae, commonly known as long-nosed chimaeras, are a family of cartilaginous fish. They are similar in form and habits to other chimaeras, but have an exceptionally long conical or paddle-shaped snout. The snout has numerous sensory nerve endings, and is used to find food such as small fish. The first dorsal fin includes a mildly venomous spine, used in defense.
Long-nosed chimaeras are found in temperate and tropical seas worldwide, from 200 to 2,000 m (660 to 6,560 ft) in depth. They range from 60 to 140 cm (2.0 to 4.6 ft.) in maximum total length, depending on species.