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Sharpnose Shark

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daniel bodnar

on 29 April 2010

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Sharpnose Shark OMG Taxonomy Food Life History TEST QUESTION Distinguishing Features Bibliography Habitat/Distribution Relevance to Humans Rhizoprionodon Terraenovae Eats Shrimp, molluscs, and samll fish. The Atlantic Sharpnose Shark has a long snout and ranges up to 4 feet. The color of the shark ranges from brown, olive-gray to blue gray.. s It lives in the coastel waters and lives in depths of water to 42 feet and down to 90 feet. http://new-brunswick.net/new-brunswick/sharks/species/sharpnose.html It does bother people and there has not been that many shark attacks relevant to the Sharnose Shark. The only trouble it causes is it eats the fishermans bait. The sharpnose shark comes in th emost contact with humans. http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/2323946/five_interesting_facts_about_the_atlantic_pg2.html?cat=53 The snout of the Atlantic sharpnose shark is parabolic, meaning that points on it are equally distant from each other, exemplifying nature’s perfection of design. The life history of the Atlantic sharpnose shark (Rhizoprionodon terraenovae) was described from 1093 specimens collected from Virginia to northern Florida between April 1997 and March 1999. It is the most common small coastal species off the southeastern U.S. coast and the Gulf of Mexico http://www.accessmylibrary.com/article-1G1-97483550/life-history-atlantic-sharpnose.html Does the Atlantic Sharpnose Shark migrate? Yes
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