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Daniel Marshall 21 Mar 16
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emily πŸ₯° 15 Jun 18
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Chris DeMauro Jun 28
Today is the big day when take center stage in . This will help tell the story of shark reproduction and how it often hinders a population's ability to rebound from overfishing. IUCNπŸ”΄DD
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Harriet Stubbs 1 Jun 18
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Josh Cook Nov 19
Awesome night fishing @ HB Pier... Caught a couple sting rays & my first shark!! πŸ˜ŽπŸŸπŸŽ£πŸŒ’πŸŒŸ
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Catalina Institute 14 Jan 17
Happy weekend from this hiding horn shark! 🦈 Credit: Jordan B
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Sarah Luongo 10 Nov 16
Ran my last trial the other day! Time to get
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Catalina Institute 9 Dec 16
Will a you? The answer is yes... if you're a ! Sometimes these little …
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Ocean Institute 8 Jul 15
Check out this one of our instructors spotted while diving!
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Ocean Institute 13 May 15
that the gets it's name from the spines in front of each dorsal fin
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Stephanie Adamson 12 Apr 16
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Ocean Institute 2 Sep 15
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Bolsa Chica Conserv Jul 26
This is Pepper, the horn shark (heterodontus francisci) that lives in our Interpretive Center. They are bull nose sharks with a short wide head, a blunt snout, and prominent supraorbital ridges over the eyes.
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Casey Klaus 12 May 17
This shark has two sines and sure doesn't look like a man-eater....it isn't. It's a
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Emily Markowitz Feb 19
Replying to @emilyhmarkowitz
The park is one of the first started in the US and is teaming w spiny , purple-spotted yellow /, , , damselfish (state fish), green , and so many other species! And so close to shore!
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Diving Deep 8 Mar 17
Mike loved shooting animal behavior and this horn shark and angel shark sequence was one of his favorites. Mine too.
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zachsscubashack Dec 12
Horn Shark hiding in a crevice during the daylight hours at La Jolla Cove! . . . . . …
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zachsscubashack Dec 29
Horn shark in a rocky crevice hiding during the day. La Jolla Cove. . . . . .
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Aava Isle 28 Sep 15
More of baby Scientists aren’t sure what causes the corkscrew shape, but looks lovely :)
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Parker House Mar 27
🦈 The (Heterodontus francisci) is probably the coolest little elasmodude in the sea. Their scientific name heterodontus means different teeth 🦷 as some are sharp and others are flat to crush invert shells 🐚. - - They also live to be 25 years old and stay close to …
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