Those dedicated to the Frill Shark are: "The Natural History of the Frilled Shark
Chlamydoselachus anguineus" (Gudger and Smith, 1933); "The Anatomy of the Frilled Shark
Chlamydoselachus anguineus Garman" (Smith, 1937); and "The Breeding Habits, Reproductive Organs, and External Embryonic Development of Chlamydoselachus Based on Notes and Drawings Left by Bashford Dean" (Gudger, 1940).
For general readers, Bright, a freelance author, scriptwriter, and former TV producer from the UK, describes shark biology and behavior; shark fossils and history, including primitive sharks living today (the goblin shark, frilled shark
, sixgill and sevengill sharks, sleeper sharks, and megamouth); the great white shark and its relatives; requiem sharks and hammerheads; sharks without the typical fusiform shape, including flat sharks, camouflaged sharks, the dogfish, the whale shark, and catsharks; and their interactions with people, including attacks and conservation.
Scientists recently videotaped a frilled shark snaking through shallow waters near Tokyo, Japan.
Scientists consider frilled sharks "living fossils.