Carpet shark

Reproduction is ovoviviparous.

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The hooded carpet shark is a little known species with a restricted range around the island of New Guinea (1). More

The Carpet Shark is your ultimate spotting tool. With a serrated scraper, spatula blade, and penetrator/groomer, the Shark gives you everything you need to attack gum, tar, adhesives, chewing gum and more. More

Use carpet shark in a SentenceSee images of carpet sharkSearch carpet shark on the Web–noun any shark of the family Orectolobidae, found in tropical Indo-Pacific waters, having mottled skin and fleshy lobes along the sides of the head. More

The carpet sharks are an order, Orectolobiformes, of sharks, so called because many members have ornate patterns reminiscent of carpets. Carpet sharks have two dorsal fins, without spines, and a small mouth that is forward of the eyes. More

Carpet sharks have two dorsal fins, without spines, and a small mouth that is forward of the eyes. Many have barbels and small gill slits, with the fifth slit overlapping the fourth. More

known as the carpet sharks because many members have carpet-like patterned markings, includes a number of familiar types of sharkSharkSharks are a type of fish with a full cartilaginous skeleton and a highly streamlined body. More

at night the carpet shark becomes more active, and can be found using its pectoral fins to ‘walk’ along the sea bottom, hunting prey such as bony fishes and invertebrates (3). More

carpet shark families are composed of just one species each: Stegostomatidae contains the zebra shark (Stegostoma fasciatum), and Rhincodontidae contains the whale shark (Rhincodon typus). More

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Carpet shark lying low at Bells Beach Lauren Pike 03Sep07 SHARK VISION: Geelong photographer Lloyd Clearihan took these spectacular photos of a carpet shark while diving off Bells Beach. More

The Carpet Shark is the next best tool for removing those substances in need of a gentle yet aggressive attack. More

the Varied Carpet Shark (Parascyllium variolatum) is hard to confuse with any other shark because of its distinctive black 'collar', which is covered in a dense pattern of small white spots. More

On the night of Sunday 18th June, a Carpet Shark hatched out at the Aquarium. The egg was laid over 11 months ago, and has been hanging in the Seahorse Tank for the last 3 months. More

Carpet Shark pictures on this page. To view a picture of a Carpet Shark click on the thumbnails below. Once you are viewing a picture, use the thumbnails below it to navigate to other Carpet Shark pictures. More

No image of Hooded carpet shark found in the Shark Database Range Map Earth Map Systematics Phylum: Vertebates (Chordata) Class: Carlilagenous Fishes (Chondrichthyes) Order: Carpetsharks (Orectolobiformes) More

Habitat: Most carpet sharks live at or near the bottom, but the whale shark is pelagic, living in the open ocean not close to the bottom. More

carpet sharkcarpet shark - shark of the western Pacific with flattened body and mottled skinOrectolobus barbatusshark - any of numerous elongate mostly marine carnivorous fishes with heterocercal caudal fins and tough skin covered with small toothlike scalesgenus Orectolobus, Orectolobus - carpet sharks More

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Carpet Shark, Cat Shark, Dogfish, Nurse Shark, Sand Shark Common Names in Finnish: Atlantinpartahai Common Names in Fon GBE: Ehoua-Yovo Common Names in French: Dormeur, Requin Dormeur, Requin Nourrice, More

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Order : Orectolobiformes
Family : Orectolobidae
Genus : Orectolobus
Species : Orectolobus ornatus
Authority : De Vis, 1883