Cooks bramble shark

The prickly shark has no anal fin and two small spineless dorsal fins set far on the back by the tail.

The Cooks bramble shark lives in the benthopelagic, marine, depth range 11 - 1100 m , usually 70 - m environment.

Cooks Bramble Shark (Echinorhinus cookei) - Used with permission from F.A.O. Back to top Order Squaliformes The Squaliformes (dogfishes, 121 species) are deep-water dwelling sharks, though some species undertake a nightly migration toward the surface. More

Common names

Cook's braamhaai in Dutch (Nederlands)
Cook’s braamhaai in Dutch (Nederlands)
CookÇs braamhaai in Dutch (Nederlands)
Cook’s braamhaai in Dutch (Nederlands)
Cook’s braamhaai in Unknown
Cooks bramble shark in English
Cooks sømhaj in Danish (dansk)
Kogikuzame in Japanese (日本語)
prickly shark in English
Žralok ostnatý in Czech (česky)
Shark in English
Spinous shark in English
Squale bouclé du Pacifique in French (français)
Tiburón in sp
tiburón espinoso negro in Spanish (español)
Tiburón negro in Spanish (español)
Tiburón negro espinoso in Spanish (español)
Tiburon negroespinoso in Spanish (español)
Žralok ostnatý in Czech (česky)
笠鱗棘鯊 in Mandarin Chinese
笠鱗棘鯊 in Unknown
笠鱗鮫 in Mandarin Chinese
笠鱗鮫 in Unknown
笠鳞棘鲨 in Mandarin Chinese
笠鳞棘鲨 in Unknown
笠鳞鲛 in Mandarin Chinese
笠鳞鲛 in Unknown

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Order : Squaliformes
Family : Echinorhinidae
Genus : Echinorhinus
Species : Echinorhinus cookei
Authority : Pietschmann, 1928