Not only is it unbelievably ugly but it is also incredibly rare.
The 18-foot long specimen was caught by shrimp fisherman off the coast of Key West, Florida, on April 19.
Fisherman Carl Moore said: "I didn't even know what it was. I didn't get the tape measure out because that thing's got some wicked teeth, they could do some damage."
Moore released the shark back into the ocean, much to the chagrin of scientists eager to examine it.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) was informed of the find and said it's "one of the rarest species of sharks."
Goblin sharks are most commonly found off the coast of Japan and are usually "pinkish white" in colour with bluish fins, according to NOAA.