Spiny Dogfish Shark

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   Sharks are divided into eight main groups, or ordeers, based on common features including body and snout shape, number of gill openings, postion of the mouth, and the presence or absence of an anal fin and dorsal fin spines. these eight orders are further divided into 34 families and more than 350 species.

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HOME TYPES SPECIES FACTS BODY POPULATION BEHAVIOR HISTORY
MYTHS DANGERS TALES HELP GALLERY GUESTBOOK LINKS WHALES