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- Catsharks are ground sharks of the family Scyliorhinidae. They are one of the largest families of sharks with around 160 species placed in 17 genera....
- adult by a length of 89 cm (35 in). Among the most common South African catsharks, the pyjama shark is harmless to humans and difficult to approach underwater...
- (barbeled houndshark) Proscylliidae (finback catsharks) Pseudotriakidae (false catsharks) Scyliorhinidae (catsharks) Sphyrnidae (hammerhead sharks) Triakidae...
- sandy or a mixture of sandy and muddy substrates. Like other catsharks, the Jaguar catshark lives near the sea floor and presumably eats fish and small...
- which aids in navigation. Redspotted catsharks are host to trypanosomes, parasites that are p****ed into the catsharks' bloodstream through leeches. There...
- (collectively called the requiem sharks) along with the houndsharks, catsharks, and hammerhead sharks. They are distinguished by an elongated snout and...
- false catshark) Genus Pseudotriakis Brito Capello, 1868 Pseudotriakis microdon Brito Capello, 1868 (False catshark) Family Scyliorhinidae (Catsharks) Genus...
- published in 2014 at Exeter University showed that individual small-spotted catsharks have different personality traits. Some individuals are more sociable...
- habitat is the open seas. It belongs to a genus of poorly known deep-water catsharks, and is recorded from only three specimens taken off Perth, Western Australia...
- Brown catsharks feed on many bottom-dwelling species, including small shrimp, euphausiids, squid, and small fish. It is unknown whether brown catsharks are...
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