angel shark

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Synonyms for angel shark

sharks with broad flat bodies and winglike pectoral fins but that swim the way sharks do

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Initially restricted to coastal areas and continental shelf fishing grounds, bottom gillnet fisheries developed in southeastern and southern (SE/S) Brazil focusing primarily on demersal fishes as angel sharks (Squatina spp.
Within this group, the Peruvian torpedo had the strongest positive correlation with depth, whereas the witch guitarfish and Pacific angel shark had the strongest negative correlation with depth.
Angel sharks are critically endangered and were declared officially extinct in the North Sea in 2006.
Students will learn that some sharks are camouflaged like the angel shark which looks like sand.
Most representative species were narrownose smoothhound shark, whitemouth croaker, angel shark, argentine croaker, Brazilian codling, stripped weakfish, tope shark, bluefish, flounder and leatherjack.
There are four different species of sharks at the Anglesey Sea Zoo, including the critically endangered Angel Shark.
One is pregnant and it is believed that she will be the first captive Angel Shark to give birth in Europe.
Angel shark - The Angel shark grows to about 5 feet 1.
Deep Sea World, Scotland's national aquarium in North Queensferry, Fife, boasts rare angel shark pups, believed to be the first born in captivity in Europe.
Once-common species now face extinction, with the common skate, angel shark, sturgeon and leatherback turtle all critically endangered.
Growth and demography of the Pacific angel shark (Squatina californica) based upon tag returns off California.
zygaena 166 6 Greenland shark, Somniosus microcephalus 22 1 Atlantic angel shark, Squatina dumeril 85 0 Recap- Max.
Pictures from Newsweek, on sale now 70% Of first-born wild dolphin calves in Florida die before their first birthday because of toxic chemicals passed on to them by their mothers SHRIMP trawlers probably kill more marine life in a day in the Gulf of Mexico than the Deepwater Horizon oil spill did in months 95% Reduction in the UK's populations of big fish such as halibut, ling, wolf fish, common skate, angel shark and bluefin tuna over past 120 years THE UK bottom-trawl fleet lands only half the fish today that it did when records began in 1889, despite a massive increase in fishing power