Horn sharks born in Amsterdam zoo


This video from the USA says about itself:

Horn Shark Vs Angel Shark.

A California Horn Shark juvenile displays its defense at its best.

Translated from Artis zoo in Amsterdam, the Netherlands:

In our aquarium, seven California horn sharks have hatched from their eggs. The eggs are very special in shape: about 13 cm long egg capsules, which taper into a horn. Moreover, there are spiral ridges around them, which make them look like giant screws.

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The Shocking Shark Fin Trade: here.

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