According to the landing data, Dog shark was found to be the most dominant species followed by Hammerhead shark in terms of yield in both Chittagong and Cox's Bazar.
The landed number of Dog shark was found to be the most dominant followed by Hammerhead shark in both Chittagong and Cox's Bazar than the other shark species (Figure 5).
Among the recorded shark species, greatest contribution came from the Dog shark (60%) in total yield followed by Hammerhead shark (19%) in both landing centers.
The highest percentage contributor shark species in total landed number was found in Dog shark (83%) followed by the Hammerhead shark (12%).
The mean size and mean weight of Dog shark was found 50.