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Hammerhead Shark

Kingdom: Animalia

Phylum: Chordata

Class: chondrichthyes

Order:  Orectolobiformes

Family: Sphyrnidae

Hammerhead sharks have incredible senses. Spread out over their unusually long heads are a abundance of nerves capable of detecting the electrical fields of sea animals. 187 more words

Fish

Shark Diving The Bahamas with Hollywood Divers

Trip Report: Bahamas and Bimini Bahamas aboard the live Aboard Dive Boat Dolphin Dream.

Mid March 2016

This was a Shark Diving Combo Trip, the goal was to see Tiger Sharks at Tiger Beach / No Cage. 1,696 more words

Dive Trips

YouTube Channel Launched!

We have just launched Brendan’s YouTube channel. First up is his review of Octonaut’s Talking Tiger Shark Gup B. Other Octonaut toys are slated to be launched soon. 35 more words

Captain Barnacles

Albertan who has no arms or legs scuba dives with sharks for reality TV show

Swimming with sharks will provide even the most fearless risk-takers with a rush, but one Alberta daredevil is upping the ante – doing just that but without any arms or legs.

http://globalnews.ca/news/2505574/albertan-who-has-no-arms-or-legs-scuba-dives-with-sharks-for-reality-tv-show/

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Albertan who has no arms or legs scuba dives with sharks for reality TV show

EDMONTON- Swimming with sharks will provide even the most fearless risk-takers with a rush, but one Alberta daredevil is upping the ante – doing just that but without any arms or legs. 248 more words

Feature

Fossil Friday 2/5/16: A hammerhead shark tooth

This week’s Fossil Friday post showcases a hammerhead (Sphyrna sp.) shark tooth. This particular specimen is from the Milwhite Gunn Farm Mine site in Florida, but fossil hammerhead teeth have been found in the Gatún Formation in Las Lomas and the Chucunaque Formation in Lago Bayano. 48 more words

Fossil Friday

Pic of the day


Click to enlargeThe Trustees of the Natural History Museum, London

X-ray micro-CT scan of a hammerhead shark head. Reminds me of a copper in West Virginia who stopped me in a speed trap.

Thanks, Ursarodinia

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