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Cobblers Wobbegong
Characteristics
Scientific Name:
Sutorectus tentaculatu
Family Name:
Orectolobidae
Size:
3 feet
Color:
pale brown with dark brown saddles and has numerous small black spots scattered on the body and fins
Diet:
large shrimps and cephalopods
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Cobblers Wobbegong

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Cobblers Wobbegong Description
  This species, unlike the other wobbegongs, has large, rounded tubercles all over its head and body throughout its life (the western wobbegong has dorsal tubercles as a juvenile). Cobbler's wobbegong also has a low first dorsal fin that originates before the midbase of the pelvic fins. This wobbegong is pale brown with dark brown saddles and has numerous small black spots scattered on the body and fins.  
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