Fishes: Tilapia : Index of New Information and Research

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In the Gulf of Alaska, spiny dogfish are the most prominent shark species in the NMFS biennial trawl surveys and annual longline survey. They attach themselves to larger creatures using their suckerlike mouth and drink their blood. GODFREY, CALVERT MARINE MUSEUM; DEAN GRUBBS, FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY; GAVIN NAYLOR, COLLEGE OF CHARLESTON; NIGEL HUSSEY, UNIVERSITY OF WINDSOR Sharks also have a tremendous number of sharp teeth, which make them fierce predators. One widely accepted taxonomy is shown to the right, and some brief descriptions are given below for major groups from which fossils are known.

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