Below is a list of some of the more common shark terms used throughout this site and in the scientific community.

 

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ampullae of Lorenzini

 

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Barbels

Bioluminescent

Bycatch

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Cirri

 

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endemic

 

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genetic

gills

 

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IUCN Red List

 

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nocturnal

 

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Oviparous

 

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placoid scales (dermal denticles)

 

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Spiracles

Sympatric

 

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Viviparous

 

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