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- Play media The angelsharks are a group of sharks in the genus Squatina of the family Squatinidae. They commonly inhabit sandy seabeds close to 150 m (490 ft)...
- The Australian angelshark (Squatina australis) is a species of angelshark, family Squatinidae, found in the subtropical waters of southern Australia from...
- The ****anese angelshark (Squatina ****onica) is a species of angelshark, family Squatinidae, found in the northwestern Pacific Ocean off China, ****an,...
- The Pacific angelshark (Squatina californica) is a species of angelshark, family Squatinidae, found in the eastern Pacific Ocean from Alaska to the Gulf...
- Squatina squatina, the angelshark or monkfish, is a species of shark in the family Squatinidae (known generally also as angel sharks), that were once widespread...
- smoothback angelshark (Squatina oculata) is an angelshark of the family Squatinidae found in the eastern Atlantic. The smoothback angelshark can reach...
- The eastern angelshark (Squatina albipunctata) is an angelshark of the family Squatinidae. Born: 30 cm TL; Mature: ~ 91 cm (M), 107 cm (F) TL; Max: 110 cm...
- sawback angelshark (Squatina aculeata) is an angelshark of the family Squatinidae Mature ~ 100.0–124 cm TL; Max ~ 188 cm TL. Color: Sawback Angelsharks Are...
- (saw-back angelshark) Squatina africana Regan, 1908 (African angelshark) Squatina albipunctata Last & W. T. White, 2008 (eastern angelshark) Squatina...
- The Indonesian angelshark (Squatina legnota) is a rare species of angelshark, family Squatinidae, known only from a few specimens collected from fish...