The Pacific sleeper shark (Somniosus pacificus) is a sleeper shark of the family
Somniosidae, found in the North Pacific on continental shelves and slopes in ...
The Pacific Sleeper Shark, also called the Somniosus pacificus in the scientific
community, belongs to the belongs to the Somniosidae shark family. However ...
Pacific Sleeper Shark. Somniosus pacificus. 15-PACIFIC-SLEEPER-SHARK.jpg
WHAT TO LOOK FOR. A giant sleeper shark with a short, rounded snout, heavy ...
Lee Hulbert, a biologist with the National Marine Fisheries Service, poses with a
Pacific sleeper shark in Prince William Sound, Alaska. Photo courtesy NMFS.
Jun 2, 2013 ... The Greenland Sleeper Shark is relatively closely related to the Pacific sleeper
shark — another very large shark in the family Somniosidae.
Sleeper sharks Not Culprits in Sea Lion Declines .... NOAA Fisheries' Auke Bay
Laboratory is tagging Pacific sleeper sharks in Lynn Canal/Chatham Strait of ...
Jul 8, 2015 ... And every now and then, there's a surprise waiting inside: Like footage of a rarely
observed Pacific sleeper shark in a place where none had ...
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Pacific Sleeper Sharks&v=fTwiZ7yLYzk
Jun 23, 2012 ... Pacific sleeper sharks, which are also known scavengers, can glide through the
water with little body movement and little hydrodynamic noise ...
www.ask.com/youtube?q=Pacific Sleeper Sharks&v=787ChkDgJl4
Aug 21, 2015 ... We caught this Pacific Sleeper Shark on my subsistence line in Meyers Chuck,
Alaska. We were able to free if without any problem. About 12 ...
The glowing eye of a roughskin dogfish emerges from the dark depths. Next, a
giant emerges: a Pacific sleeper shark, which can grow larger than a great white.