wobbegong


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wobbegong

an Australian carpet shark, Orectolobus maculatus, with brown-and-white skin
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The judges "were impressed by Wobbegong's rate of growth, the functionality of their platform and their high customer conversion rate".
The Wobbegong take is a little less successful and illustrations are somewhat lacking in immediate appeal.
The researchers determined that the studied sharks, in this case two wobbegong species, are cone monochromats.
There were black tips, white tips, reef sharks and a wobbegong. Wobbegongs are very strange.
The new shark species include the Black Tip Shark, White Tip Shark, Spotted Bamboo Shark, Coral Cat Shark, Zebra Horned Shark, Wobbegong Shark and Leopard Shark.
While swimming at Tamarama Beach, a local surfer warned the Wilson that a shark (possibly a wobbegong) was heading his way.
The genes encoding these proteins were obtained from wobbegong sharks (Orectolobus maculatus), a species found in the Western Pacific ocean, including Australian waters.
An ultrasound scan has shown that the Australian wobbegong shark, which lives at Blackpool Sea Life Centre in Lancashire, is expecting up to 20 pups.
Sharks, though, come in a variety of shapes, like the unusual Hammerhead and the mottled Wobbegong. Sharks have between 5 and 7 gill slits.
In both Japanese wobbegong (Orectolobus japonicas) and nurse sharks (Ginglymostoma cirratum), Tanaka (1990) and Gelsleichter et al.
We told yesterday how the 22-year-old went for help when the Wobbegong sank its teeth into him while he was snorkelling and refused to let go.