ZOOLOGY BY JEREMY ZOLA
BACHELOR OF ZOOLOGY. HAS WORKED WITH WILDCATS, WOLVES, BIRDS OF PREY, AND SEA TURTLES - AMONGST MANY OTHER ANIMALS, EXOTIC AND DOMESTIC. THIS BLOG SERVES AS AN OUTLET FOR MY ENDLESS CURIOSITY FOR THE NATURAL WORLD AND IS MEANT TO BE INTERACTIVE - I ACCEPT SUBMISSIONS, REQUESTS, AND QUESTIONS.
Tuesday, May 10
The chain catshark is a small, spotted shark that has a characteristic fluorescent activity, though the purpose of the shark’s fluorescence is still unclear. The species is common from George’s Bank in Massachusetts, to Nicaragua. Sizes of the species range from 110 mm (immature), to 460 mm (adult). Females tend to be larger at maturity, being 520 mm compared to their male counterparts at 500 mm. (Wiki.)