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Salmon shark - Wikipedia

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The salmon shark (Lamna ditropis) is a species of mackerel shark found in the northern Pacific ocean. As an apex predator, the salmon shark feeds on salmon,  ...

Fact Sheet: Salmon Shark - Shark Info

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The biology of the salmon shark (Lamna ditropis) The salmon shark is a commonly found species which can live both in coastal and oceanic regions, preferring ...

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Dec 5, 2014 ... Diving with Shark in Alaska? Yes, there are sharks in Alaska and they look closely related to their cousin, the Great White. You'll find them ...

Salmon sharks - Tagging of Pelagic Predators

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Within this group, salmon sharks have the most impressive thremoregulatory capabilities. They can maintain their body temperature above 20 C in waters as ...

Salmon Sharks - Environment Alaska

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This family includes the great white and mako sharks. Lamnidae sharks are warm -blooded (partially endothermic) and salmon sharks are the warmest of the ...

Diving with Salmon Sharks in Alaska. Swim with salmon sharks in ...

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Salmon Shark Diving in Prince William Sound, Alaska with Photo Pro Andy Murch.

Biology of the Salmon Shark - ReefQuest Centre for Shark Research

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Field Marks, Body stocky, spindle-shaped; snout conical and short (distance from tip of snout to eye is about 40% distance from eye to first gill slit); teeth ...

Salmon Shark Facts (Lamna ditropis) - Conservation Institute

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Salmon sharks (Lamna ditropis) are large, powerful, warm-bodied (endothermic), and streamlined predators adapted for high-speed swimming. Reports from the ...

Lamna ditropis (Salmon Shark) - IUCN Red List

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Range Description: The Salmon Shark is a coastal and oceanic inhabitant of the north and central Pacific Ocean, ranging between 35°N-65°N in the Northwest ...

Salmon Sharks - The Pelagic Shark Research Foundation

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One of the five species belonging to the family Lamnidae, the salmon shark is a close relative of the Atlantic and Southern Pacific porbeagle shark (Lamna ...

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Salmon shark videos, photos and facts - Lamna ditropis | ARKive

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A formidable hunter, the salmon shark (Lamna ditropis) is sometimes mistaken for the white shark (Carcharodon carcharias), but can be distinguished by its ...

Salmon Shark Species Profile, Alaska Department of Fish and Game

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General information about Salmon Shark in Alaska such as description, life history, range, habitat and more.

Top 10 Deadly Sharks - Softpedia News

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Mar 22, 2008 ... What makes the great white shark and its relatives from the Lamnidae family ( another two species of mako shark, porbeagle shark and salmon ...