The granular dogfish shark is a small dogfish that has so far been limited to the Falkland Islands.
Granular Dogfish Shark Scientific Classification
|Scientific Name||C. granulatum|
These sharks are tiny – about 11 inches long. Like other dogfish sharks, these sharks have two dorsal fins with spines, the first being much larger than the second. Inside their narrowly arched mouths, one can observe comb-like teeth in both jaws.
Granular dogfish sharks are uniformly black with no conspicuous markings.
Where do they live
These sharks have only been seen in the Falkland Islands in the South Atlantic at 1,312-1,470 feet.
It is assumed that these sharks give live birth.
Interactions with humans
The IUCN lists this shark as “Vulnerable” or “VU” because of the lack of information about it.