Sunday, April 4, 2010

Shark exhibit

Bayworld series #4: Another part of the exhibit in the Marine Hall is the shark exhibit which features sharks found on our coastline. The brown shark in the middle is the Ragged Tooth Shark which is very common out at Cape Recife along the reefs.

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  1. I forgot about the shark and aquarium section of the museum. The fish that swim idly around make me really hungry. There were 2 or 3 raggies in the aquarium (your next post) the last time I was there.

    There are a few raggies out Cape Recife way and in the Thunderbolt Reef area too. Saw a 2.5 to 3 metre ragged tooth about a month ago on Thunderbolt Reef. It idled by, and I thought of grabbing its tail. Well I did not pull its tail and it idled away.