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  • Icthyology Notes from Icthyology. A spiny dogfish shark (Elasmobranchii Squalis Acanthias) is dissected. The leopard shark (Elasmobranchii Triakis Semifasciata) is also observed in an aquarium.
  • WORLD'S LARGEST SHARK This is why I don't swim in the ocean.I wonder if this is the largest ever caught. Today, most experts contend that the Great White Shark's "normal" maximum size is about 6 metres (20 ft), with a "normal" maximum weight of about 1900 kilograms (4200 lb). For several decades, many ichthyological works, as well as the Guinness Book of World Records, listed two great white sharks as the largest individuals caught: an 11 metre (36 ft) great white captured in South Australian waters near Port Fairy in the 1870s, and an 11.3 metre (37.6 ft) shark trapped in a herring weir in New Brunswick, Canada in the 1930s. While this was the commonly accepted maximum size, reports of 7.5 to 10 metre (25 to 33.3 ft) Great White Sharks were common and often deemed credible
  • megalodon the largest shark ever this video is NOT mine stop complaining about it its from GaaratheDesert thank you INFO: A typical adult Great White Shark measures 4 to 4.8 metres (13 to 16 ft) with a typical weight of 680 to 1100 kilograms (1500 to 2450 lbs), females generally being larger than males. The maximum size of the Great White Shark has been subject to much debate, conjecture, and misinformation. Richard Ellis and John E. McCosker, both academic shark experts, devote a full chapter in their book, The Great White Shark (1991), to ***ysing various accounts of extreme size. Today, most experts contend that the Great White Shark's "normal" maximum size is about 6 metres (20 ft), with a "normal" maximum weight of about 1900 kilograms (4200 lb). For several decades, many ichthyological works, as well as the Guinness Book of World Records, listed two great white sharks as the largest individuals caught: an 11 metre (36 ft) great white captured in South Australian waters near Port Fairy in the 1870s, and an 11.3 metre (37.6 ft) shark trapped in a herring weir in New Brunswick, Canada in the 1930s. While this was the commonly accepted maximum size, reports of 7.5 to 10 metre (25 to 33.3 ft) Great White Sharks were common and often deemed credible.For more info paste this URL( hite_Shark)
  • Practical Fishkeeping | Heiko Bleher interview Matt Clarke of Practical Fishkeeping speaks to ichthyological explorer Heiko Bleher at Interzoo 2008.
  • The megalodon-World's Biggest Shark A typical adult Great White Shark measures 4 to 4.8 metres (13 to 16 ft) with a typical weight of 680 to 1100 kilograms (1500 to 2450 lbs), females generally being larger than males. The maximum size of the Great White Shark has been subject to much debate, conjecture, and misinformation. Richard Ellis and John E. McCosker, both academic shark experts, devote a full chapter in their book, The Great White Shark (1991), to ***ysing various accounts of extreme size. Today, most experts contend that the Great White Shark's "normal" maximum size is about 6 metres (20 ft), with a "normal" maximum weight of about 1900 kilograms (4200 lb). For several decades, many ichthyological works, as well as the Guinness Book of World Records, listed two great white sharks as the largest individuals caught: an 11 metre (36 ft) great white captured in South Australian waters near Port Fairy in the 1870s, and an 11.3 metre (37.6 ft) shark trapped in a herring weir in New Brunswick, Canada in the 1930s. While this was the commonly accepted maximum size, reports of 7.5 to 10 metre (25 to 33.3 ft) Great White Sharks were common and often deemed credible.For more info paste this URL( hite_Shark)
  • ⊗COMPILATION⊗ - Icthyological Compiled this one due to it's briefness and it's intersection with The Tutorial near the end. Such a sad set of events. Just think... for every victim like Elizabeth, there are probably 4 or 5 others who never leave behind a record...
  • Spawning behavior of the pygmy leatherjacket Brachaluteres jacksoni*** (Monacanthidae) in southeas From the Springer article: Spawning behavior of the pygmy leatherjacket Brachaluteres jacksoni*** (Monacanthidae) in southeastern Australia by: Kawase, Hiroshi; B Two males are swimming quickly in parallel with their ventral flap expanding (CMNH-MV-0000917). Journal: Ichthyological Research Vol. 52 Issue 2 DOI: 10.1007/s10228-005-0272-8 Published: 2005-05-25
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  • Spawning behavior of the pygmy leatherjacket Brachaluteres jacksoni*** (Monacanthidae) in southeas From the Springer article: Spawning behavior of the pygmy leatherjacket Brachaluteres jacksoni*** (Monacanthidae) in southeastern Australia by: Kawase, Hiroshi; AA male is expanding his ventral flap in front of a female (CMNH-MV-0000916). Journal: Ichthyological Research Vol. 52 Issue 2 DOI: 10.1007/s10228-005-0272-8 Published: 2005-05-25
  • Monterey Aquarium -- Ichthyological Phylogeny Totally Rulz! **Disclaimer: The title of this video may be misleading to those who expect something exciting. Things are floating in water...that's about it.** This is from a trip to the Monterey Bay Aquarium in June '07, in Monterey, CA (what a coincidence!) So please put up, sit your feet back (wait...unscramble and reverse that) and enjoy. Or simply watch this vid to help cure your insomnia. Either way, it's always good to know that I'm a benefit to others! Peace = )
  • The Megalodon-World's Biggest Shark Hey,u guys read this..I copy it from wikipedia...READ-Size A typical adult Great White Shark measures 4 to 4.8 metres (13 to 16 ft) with a typical weight of 680 to 1100 kilograms (1500 to 2450 lbs), females generally being larger than males. The maximum size of the Great White Shark has been subject to much debate, conjecture, and misinformation. Richard Ellis and John E. McCosker, both academic shark experts, devote a full chapter in their book, The Great White Shark (1991), to ***ysing various accounts of extreme size. Today, most experts contend that the Great White Shark's "normal" maximum size is about 6 metres (20 ft), with a "normal" maximum weight of about 1900 kilograms (4200 lb). For several decades, many ichthyological works, as well as the Guinness Book of World Records, listed two great white sharks as the largest individuals caught: an 11 metre (36 ft) great white captured in South Australian waters near Port Fairy in the 1870s, and an 11.3 metre (37.6 ft) shark trapped in a herring weir in New Brunswick, Canada in the 1930s. While this was the commonly accepted maximum size, reports of 7.5 to 10 metre (25 to 33.3 ft) Great White Sharks were common and often deemed credible.For more info paste this URL( hite_Shark