I don’t think an exact figure is known since they are very deep sea dwellers. However, according to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, their population trend is stable. They do not appear to be an endangered species.
Given the rarity of seeing a goblin shark in person and the difficulty of studying the deep deep ocean, we haven’t really been able to study the goblin shark as a species. Thus far, only 45 have ever been caught and observed. Nobody knows for sure how many exist in the wild, but the goblin shark is listed as a species of least concern, meaning we have no reason to believe the species is in trouble.
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