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Horn Shark
Characteristics
Scientific Name:
Heterodontus Francisci
Family Name:
Heterodontidae
Size:
97cm to 120cm
Weight:
22 lbs
Color:
brownish color covered in black spots and their underbellies have a yellowish tint
Diet:
small fishes and invertebrates
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Horn Shark

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Horn Shark Description
  The horn shark gets its name because it has a short, blunt head with high ridges above the eyes. Heterodontus francisci range in size from approximately 97cm to 120cm. They are a brownish color covered in black spots and their underbellies have a yellowish tint  
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