Where on the Earth do you find an angel shark?
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An angel shark is approximatley 6.5 feet (2 metres) long.
they both wait for their prey to swim in front of them instead of chasing their prey
the angel shark lives in the bottom of the ocean but I think it lives in the pacific ocean close to china and austraila
Angel sharks are bottom dwellers that live on ocean floors of depths from 10 to 4,300 feet (3 to 1300 m). They live in warm temperate oceans in the southern hemisphere.
in the water
an angel shark wieghs 27kg
It's not very likely but even a swimming shark was caught in satellite imagery found in Google Earth. One such instance was found in images taken for Google Earth on Australia… Day in 2007. You can find shark-related content in some of Google provided layers and in the Google Earth Gallery. Check out the Ocean layer in Google Earth, which includes National Geographic , Cousteau Ocean World , and Animal Tracking. This layer may include a geo-registered photo or video clip of sharks. For example, the Animal Tracking layer under Ocean layer includes tracking of Great White sharks.
Great white sharks and me.
Pacific angelsharks are not what you would call, the fastest swimmer. Much like rays, the pacific angelshark glides along the bottom of the ocean, but can give quick burst of …speed when need be. A pacific angelshark's prey can swim faster then the shark itself.
If they are left alone, and not provoked, they won't harm you. However if they feel threatened, by you being too close to them, they can inflict some nasty laceration's.
it is named that because its "wings" are like those of a angel.
About 300 JK I REALLY DO NOT KNOW HAHAHA TROLLED
There are two types, the Atlantic and the Pacific. The Pacific angel shark averages 39 inches in length, and the Atlantic angel shark averages 40 to 48 inches long.
because global warming and even because some people hunt the snowy owls. one angel
An angel shark is a member of the Squatina genus of sharks with flattened bodies and broad pectoral fins. There are around 16 known species.