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for the purpose of a longline survey of sharks between Long Island and Delaware Bay from late August to early October 1961 (Casey, 1985) Over 300 sharks were caught in the survey, including white sharks, Carcharodon carcharias; tiger sharks, Galeocerdo cuvier; dusky sharks, Carcharhinus obscurus, and other large species which were considered potentially dangerous to swimmers (Casey, 1985).
Great white sharks: the biology of Carcharodon carcharias.
Dudley SFJ, Anderson-Reade MD, Thompson GS, McMullen PB (2000) Concurrent scavenging off a whale carcass by great white sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, and tiger sharks, Galeocerdo cuvier.
Erstnachweise fur die Bermuda werden von 24 Arten dokumentiert, wahrend funf Arten wieder gestrichen werden, da ihre angeblichen Nachweise auf Fehlbestimmung beruhten, namlich: Carcharodon carcharias, Hyporhamphus unifasciatus, Rypticus subbrnatus, Clepticus parrae und Electric pisonis.
Comenzo estigmatizando a los tiburones--bueno; a todos no, a los blancos, Carcharodon carcharias--hasta convencemos de que son capaces no solo de cazar a las personas sino de planear el acoso en terminos de sutil y compleja venganza.
Silver Gulls were alert to any activity at sea nearby, flocking to investigate feeding by Crested and White-fronted Terns or the commotion caused by a Great White Shark Carcharodon carcharias preying on a seal at the surface, or a seal thrashing a large fish.
In a new study, University of Florida researchers have named and described an ancient intermediate form of the white shark, Carcharodon hubbelli, suggesting that the modern white shark likely descended from broad-toothed mako sharks.
Since the last time we were here, there had been a new addition of a shadehouse at the back of the large greenhouse, in which I found some new Neoregelia carcharodon types and other large species, mostly unnamed as yet.
With old masonry trowels, we sifted sand off an eroding bluff; and in a stroke of beginner's luck, I found a jet-black three-inch-long Carcharodon megalodon shark tooth.
A Mars Distribution release of an Eric Neve presentation of a Carcharodon, La Chauve Souris, StudioCanal production, with participation of Canal Plus, CineCinema.
Family Scientific name Common name Source STEGOSTOMATIDAE Segostoma fasciatum Zebra Shark 1,4 RHINCODONIDAE Rhincodon typus Whale Shark 2,4,5,6 HEMYSCYLLIDAE Chiloscyllium Bamboo Shark 2,4,7 arabicum Chiloscyllium Grey bambooshark 7 griseum LAMNIDAE Carcharodon White Shark 5 carcharias Isurus oxyrinchus Shortfin Mako 3?
IF THERE'S ANYTHING Roberto Penny Cabrera enjoys more than finding prehistoric shark teeth in the Ocucaje Desert, twelve miles inland from the Peru's southern coast, it's witnessing one of his expedition clients discover a fossilized tooth of the Carcharodon megalodon, one of the the ocean's largest predators, which lived two million to sixteen million years ago.
How about printing their letters in red, if you insist on printing them, so we "human carcharodon carcharias" can skip over their sniveling drivel.
Will, to his amazement, the Carcharodon Carcharias turn out to be the Sesame Street Groovy Shark, who joyfully started singing the Perfectly Pearl White Teeth song, "Gotta brush my pearly whites, so they don't lose their bite, and when I swim downstream, I make those other fishes scream"?