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Broadnose sevengill shark - Wikipedia

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The broadnose sevengill shark (Notorynchus cepedianus) is the only extant member of the genus Notorynchus, in the family Hexanchidae. It is recognizable  ...

Sevengill Shark Sightings

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A Central Respository for Data Collected on Sevengill Sharks.

Broadnose sevengill shark videos, photos and facts - Notorynchus ...

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A large-bodied, powerful species, the broadnose sevengill shark can be distinguished from most other sharks by the fact that it possesses seven conspicuous ...

Learn All About Sharks Like The Broadnose Sevengill - Shark Sider

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The Broadnose Sevengill Shark might not have the same fame as the Great White, but this is one beastly beast! Come learn about what makes this shark ...

Notorynchus cepedianus :: Florida Museum of Natural History

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Notorynchus cepedianus | Sevengill Shark. ... bodies and fins. They have seven gill slits instead of five like most sharks, and can grow to almost ten feet long.

Seven Gill Sharks - The Pelagic Shark Research Foundation

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Seven Gill Sharks - Notorynchus cepedianus. Photo by PSRF. DESCRIPTION. 7- gill sharks are distinguished by being the only shark species to have 7 gill slits.

Sandy Plains: Broadnose Sevengill Shark

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The Broadnose Sevengill Shark (Notorynchus cepedianus) is unique among cow sharks in being the only member of its order to inhabit relatively shallow, ...

Sevengill Shark | Aquarium of the Bay

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While sevengill sharks are common in San Francisco Bay, little is known about their behavior and ecology. In one of its leading Conservation Impact Programs, ...

The Sevengill shark

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Hexanchidae sharks, genus Heptranchias, genus Notorynchus, Hexanchidae family. Heptranchiasperlo- The sharpnose sevengill shark.

San Diego Sevengill Sharks | SDEXPEDITIONS

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At SD Expeditions dive La Jolla almost every day, which allows us to remain informed and up-to-date with the current sightings of sevengill sharks in the area  ...

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Broadnose sevengill shark, Open Waters, Fishes ... - Monterey

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Natural History. As its name suggests, a sevengill shark has seven pairs of gill slits (most sharks have only five). Its back and sides are reddish brown to silvery ...

Broadnose Sevengill | Sharkopedia

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Never turn your back on a broadnose sevengill shark; researchers are finding that these deadly hunters work as a pack, using stealth and deception to take on  ...

Sevengill Sharks, Notorynchus cepedianus ~ MarineBio.org

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Find out what's known about Sevengill Sharks, Notorynchus cepedianus, Elasmobranchii, Hexanchiformes, Hexanchidae, including their world range and  ...