"It [the moose] had the fur and all the liner on it -- it was about two feet long, maybe." [...]
Greenland sharks are rarely seen on the northeast coast of Newfoundland. It is a lumbering bottom dweller that spends most of its long life blinded from parasites feeding on its corneas. [...]
The creature goes long periods without food, so when it comes across even a discarded carcass, such as a moose, it will gorge itself to near suffocation.
Moose-eating shark rescued in Newfoundland harbour
I foolishly decided to find out a little more about the eye parasites (Ommatokoita elongata). I stopped searching when I found this picture... probably a completely different species, implying that there are many different kinds of eye eaters out there :-(
That sub-sentence is going to be giving me nightmares all week at least.