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Bonnethead Shark
Characteristics
Scientific Name:
Sphyrna Tiburo
Family Name:
Sphyrnidae
Size:
3 - 4 feet
Weight:
24 pounds
Color:
Ranges from gray to gray-brown, occasionally with a green tint.
Diet:
hard-shelled prey (like crustaceans and mollusks) and soft prey (like small fish), and has a variety of teeth to eat all these animals.
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Bonnethead Shark

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Bonnethead Shark Description
  The average Bonnethead shark (also known as the Shovelhead shark) is a small, common hammerhead shark with a smooth, rounded head. It is a harmless, timid shark that is gray-brown above and lighter on the underside with short pectoral fins
 
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