2 edition of Field guide to requiem sharks (Elasmobranchiomorphi: Carcharhinidae) of the Western North Atlantic found in the catalog.
Field guide to requiem sharks (Elasmobranchiomorphi: Carcharhinidae) of the Western North Atlantic
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, [National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service in Seattle, Wash
Written in English
|Other titles||Requiem sharks.|
|Series||NOAA technical report NMFS -- 153.|
|Contributions||United States. National Marine Fisheries Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
The blue shark’s sleek, tapered body makes it a graceful swimmer. Its elongated tail provides swimming power as it moves side-to-side. This shark is among the fastest swimming of the sharks and probably among the fastest swimming of all fish. Estimates of its speed vary, but some say that it can swim at about 60 miles per hour (97 km/h). Features. Table of Contents for Sharks, skates, and rays of the Gulf of Mexico: a field guide / Glenn R. Parsons, available from the Library of Congress. How to Prevent and Treat Them Skate and Ray Conservation Shark Identification Key to the Families of Sharks of the Gulf of Mexico Requiem or Gray Sharks, Family Carcharhinidae
Galapagos, bull, oceanic whitetip, tiger, blue sharks; Family: Carcarhinidae (requiem sharks) Conservation The whitetip reef population isn't in danger, but this shark lives in shallow water in a restricted habitat where fisheries can catch it easily using gill nets and longlines. FWC Guide to the HMS Sharks of Florida Canadian Shark Research Lab – Key to Shark ID. NOAA Field Guide to Requiem Sharks of the Western North Atlantic. NOAA Fisheries Office of Sustainable Fisheries (1) and (2) Big Shark – Shark ID Guide – Shark Identification Services Shark ID & Sampling Methodology.
The tiger shark has a special gill slit (a spiracle) behind its eyes that provides oxygen flow directly to the eyes and brain. There is little doubt that the tiger shark is the most dangerous animal inhabiting coral reefs. This shark is ovoviviparous and may have up to 80 or more pups per litter. Field Guide for the identification of major demersal fishes of India. Rekha J. Nair and P.U Zacharia. Demersal Fisheries Division, CMFRI, Kochi [email protected] Capture fisheries and aquaculture supplied the world with million tonnes of fish in (SOFIA, ) of which mt was contributed by marine capture fisheries File Size: 3MB.
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A brief introduction includes information on 'shark usefulness', attacks, and diet. The first sharks appeared in the oceans over million years ago. Listed below are extant species of shark. Sharks are spread across described and 23 undescribed species in eight orders.
The families and genera within the orders are listed in alphabetical order. Also included is a field guide to place sharks into the correct order.
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