bonnethead shark


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bonnethead shark:

see hammerhead sharkhammerhead shark,
active, surface-living shark, genus Sphyrina. Its curious head has lateral projections resembling the crossbar of a T, and its eyes and ears are located in the outer tips of the projections.
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Scientists already knew that bonnethead sharks eat seagrass along with the squid and shrimp they gobble up on the ocean floor.
For years, scientists have studied bonnethead sharks and their physical traits.
The boat putters back to the bobbing cork and the students hook the net and pull out two wriggling mature male bonnethead sharks about two feet long.
Diet, feeding habits, and diel feeding chronology of the bonnethead shark. Sphyrna tiburo, in southwest Florida.
The Bonnethead sharks are the latest arrivals at the National Sealife Centre in Bray, Co Wicklow.
Like the scalloped hammerheads, the bonnethead sharks are also able to communicate between each other by means of a complex body language: Researchers Arthur A.
Age and growth of the bonnethead shark, Sphyrna tiburo with notes on clinal variation.
One of the species, the winghead shark, now lives in the warm waters north of Australia and the other, the bonnethead shark, inhabits the Caribbean and tropical eastern Pacific Ocean.
Serum steroid hormones and the reproductive cycle of the female bonnethead shark, Sphyrna tiburo.
Herein we document a previously overlooked sexual dimorphism in a well-studied shark species, Sphyrna tiburo (Linnaeus, 1758), the bonnethead shark. Bonnethead sharks are small, coastal hammerhead sharks (Sphyrnidae) from the most speciose shark order, Carcharhiniformes, and are distributed along both the Atlantic and Pacific coasts of North and South America (7).
Behavioral and physiology responses to hypoxia in the bonnethead shark. Sphyrna tiburo.
Meet the bonnethead shark, a member of the hammerhead shark genus Sphyrna in the family Sphyrnidae.