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The blind shark (Brachaelurus waddi) is one of two species of carpet sharks in the family Brachaeluridae, along with the bluegrey carpetshark (Brachaelurus ...
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Positive: 87 %
Are sharks color blind? Date: January 19, 2011 Source: Springer Science+Business Media Summary: Sharks are unable to distinguish colors, even though their ...
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Shark Eyesight. Sharks have such keen senses that enable them to detect even small amounts of electric current or vibrations (electroreception) and ...
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Save the Sharks; Dictionary; Blind Shark. Habitat: rocky shores, reefs, and sea-grass beds Location: western south Pacific Size: range between 2-4 feet
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Positive: 82 %
New study shows that sharks have only one type of cone cell in their eyes, suggesting they are color blind Sharks are unable to distinguish colors, even ...
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Positive: 68 %
Learn more about the Blind shark - with amazing Blind shark photos and facts on ARKive. ... Blind sharks are viviparous, but there no placenta is formed .
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Positive: 45 %

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