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The spiny angel shark (Squatina Guggenheim) is a small, bottom-dwelling shark, named after the characteristic spines found on the upper…
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Superficially, the Pacific angel shark resembles a large ray more than a shark, due to its remarkably flat body and huge, wing-like pectoral…
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With its exceptionally flat body and large pectoral fins, the angel shark (Squatina squatina) resembles a large ray more than a shark. Its…
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The peculiar-looking eastern angel shark (Squatina albipunctata) resembles a ray more than a shark, due to its largely flattened body, which…
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