Bamboo Shark Egg
Bamboo sharks eat other invertebrates and small fish that also live in the warm, shallow waters they enjoy. They only grow to about 37 inches in length and are harmless to humans. In fact, they are sometimes kept as pets in home aquariums. They enjoy eating chunks of squid, shrimp, clams and scallops in their tanks
- Bamboo sharks lay eggs that are usually about 5 inches long.
- They often live in coral reefs of the Pacific Ocean.
- They can have up to 67 teeth.
- Bamboo sharks, like most sharks, have electroreceptors on their snouts that help them locate prey that is buried in sand or mud.
- Bamboo sharks also have spiracles, which are openings behind the eyes that help them take in oxygenated water.
- Their fins are thin and not very muscular, and are mostly used for propping themselves up in the sand.