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These 5 feet long, 80 pound Japanese giant salamanders can bite off chunks of your finger in a split second. The rare amphibians have a conservation status of "near threatened" due to hunting of the slimy animals, National Geographic reported.
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Another ship located at Hawaii's Kure Atoll reef, the "Dunnottar Castle" was a 258-foot (79-meter) cargo ship that was built in 1874 in Scotland. It was making its way from Sydney, Australia, to Wilmington, Calif., with a load of coal when it struck a reef and sank in July 1886.