The dusky shark (Carcharhinus obscurus) is a species of requiem shark, in the
family Carcharhinidae, occurring in tropical and warm-temperate continental
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The sandbar and dusky sharks share many characteristics. The teeth are similar
in number, size, and shape. Size of eyes, gills, mouth, and nostrils are also ...
Figure 14.—Above: Dusky shark (Carcharhinus obscurus), female about 39
inches long, Woods Hole. A, third upper tooth; B, fourth lower tooth; C, ninth
Dusky shark belongs to the group of requiem sharks. It can be found in tropical
and temperate waters around the world. Young dusky sharks usually inhabit ...
The Dusky Shark (Carcharhinus obscurus) is a large wide-ranging coastal and ....
On both coasts of the U.S., Dusky Sharks migrate northward in summer as the ...
May 17, 2015 ... Dusky sharks are known for being one of the largest species in the Carcharhinus
genus and their populations have the dubious honor of being ...
The dusky shark has a long streamlined body that is brown or gray above and
white below. There is a faint lateral stripe that extends to the pelvic fin. Juveniles