The Bali catshark is a small species of catshark found in Indonesia.
Bali Catshark Scientific Classification
|Scientific Name||A. baliensis|
These sharks are about 19 inches long. Unlike other catsharks, they lack white spots all over their body. There are four dark patches on their bodies.
Where do they live
As their name suggests, these sharks live off the coast of Bali, Indonesia.
Its diet primarily comprises invertebrates and small fish.
The Bali catshark lays egg cases on rocky reefs or sandy substrates. One can distinguish eggs laid by these sharks from each other with the help of the width of the casings.
Interactions with humans
The IUCN lists this shark as “Least Concern” or “LC”.