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Tukik Penyu Lekang atau Epidochelys Olivace berjalan kearah laut saat pelepasan di konservasi Penyu Marine Center Unimal, Pantai Bangka Jaya, Krueng Geukueh, Kabupaten Aceh Utara, Kamis (17/1/2019). Sebanyak 17 ekor Tukik Penyu dilepaskan untuk menjaga populasi karena menurut International Union for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources Empat spesies dari 7 Spesies di Dunia masuk dalam Red List of Threatened Species Daftar Merah Spesies yang Terancam kepunahan.
It's a mermaids purse! 💙Or more accurately an eggcase from a nursehound shark!
While I generally work with sharks that give birth to live young, it was super cool to find this eggcase on the beach while I was at home in Wales. Skates and some species of sharks lay eggs which are protected and nourished in an eggcase which is attached to a rocky seafloor or other substrate.
After stormy weather empty eggcases are sometimes blown up the beach by the wind.
This particular one is from a nursehound, also known as the large-spotted dogfish, greater spotted dogfish or bull huss, and is a species of catshark.
If you find an eggcase on the beach you can identify and record it with the @sharktrustcommunity more information at:
Look at that mouth!
We’ve posted before about Port Jackson sharks (Heterodontus portjacksoni) because of their crazy, corkscrew shaped eggs - but they also have really interesting mouths!
These sharks are native to southern Australia and have specialized teeth that differ from front to back. The front teeth are small and sharp, while the back teeth are flat and blunt. This dentition allows the sharks to grasp small hard-shelled organisms like mollusks with their front teeth and crush/grind the shells with their back teeth.
Interestingly, the shape and proportion of teeth types changes as the Port Jackson Shark ages. Young sharks have sharper front teeth and fewer blunt back teeth, while adults have more developed blunt back teeth (Powter et al., 2010). This change in dentition across life stages facilitates shifts in feeding.
Do you remember Magnum and Buffalo Gal? She is the fawn that was trapped in a fence and beat her face up trying to get out. He was very spooked and would not take the bottle. But as soon as Magnum seen Buffalo Gal, it was love at first sight! He could not take his eyes off her, even with her scars, he thought she was a beauty. Being with her helped him calm down and he finally took the bottle. Both of these fawn were released together earlier this week with Alberto.❤️