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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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The blind shark is a sluggish, nocturnal shark that hides in caves and under ledges during the day, and comes out at night to feed . Its diet is composed ...
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Positive: 87 %
Greenland sharks are absurdly slow and mostly blind, yet they may have spread far beyond the Arctic waters they are known from They can be as big as great ...
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Positive: 82 %
Sharks are color blind, new research suggests, with the toothy predators likely forever seeing the world in black and white. The study ...
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Positive: 68 %
Public Release: 18-Jan-2011 Are sharks color blind? New study shows that sharks have only 1 type of cone cell in their eyes, suggesting they are ...
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