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A member of a large and easily recognisable group of sharks, the smooth hammerhead can be distinguished from the other hammerhead species by…
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The most prominent feature of the smalleye hammerhead, like other hammerhead species, is its peculiar mallet-shaped head structure, known as…
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This large hammerhead shark can be distinguished from other hammerhead species by the ‘scalloped’ front edge of its hammer-shaped head…
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Information on the winghead shark is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly.…
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