Remarkable Go sharks are here and strutting All Over Your Profile

Remarkable Go sharks are here and strutting All Over Your Profile

Scientists have four new species of walking shark discovered the sea in some way to prove it can still seem a bit ‘mysterious. It was published, according to a study in marine and freshwater Research Journal on Tuesday about to move generally hemiscylliidae shark walk ‘with their pectoral and pelvic fins on the bottom of the sea and in coastal waters off northern Australia and the island of New Guinea. But it now has visions of a walking Jaws walk you through the surf, not to worry. Scientists author of the study say that sharks walk, even “epaulette” Sharks called, pose no threat to humans, as they are less of an on small fish meter in length only average and feed and invertebrates . “Go sharks pose no threat to humans, but their low ability to withstand oxygen environments and continues fins give them a significant advantage over their prey on small crustaceans and shellfish,” Christine Dudgeon, the author primary study and a researcher at the University of Queensland in Australia, said in a statement. The discovery of four new species increases the total number of known species of sharks Walking to nine. These sharks are thought to have begun to develop (not very long at all evolutionarily) for about 9 million years ago, making them the “recent” planet sharks ago, according to Mark Erdmann, a study co-author and vice president Conservation International Asia-Pacific marine division. “The discovery shows that modern sharks have considerable evolutionary resilience and ability to adapt to environmental changes,” Erdmann told CNN.
Picture copyright by Mark V. Erdmann-Conservation International

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