school shark


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school shark

n
(Animals) Austral an Australian shark resembling the tope, Notogaleus australis
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The baby school shark, also known as a tope shark, can grow up to nearly 7ft long, or 2m, and is usually found off the coast of America, Australia and New Zealand.
It is also good news for other fisheries such as school shark where this technique is also being employed, Mr Timmiss said.
The tope, also known as the school shark, can reach nearly two metres in length and weigh up to 100lbs.
The tope shark, which is also known as soupfin shark and school shark, is the largest of Britain's inshore native sharks and is known for its sharp teeth and rough skin.
A similar scenario was described for school shark or tope shark (Galeorhinus galeus) in Australia (Kalish and Johnston, 2001).
School shark (many different types of shark are sold as flake -- ask what you're eating), orange roughy, dredged commercial scallops and gemfish.
The fillets and fins were identified as school shark (Galeorhinus galeus), rig (Mustelus lenticulatus), hammerhead shark (Sphyrna zygaena), and bronze whaler (Carcharhinus brachyurus).
Another species of shark being tracked by CSIRO marine researchers is the school shark, the ubiquitous flake sold in fish and chip shops of southern Australia.

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