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any small cartilaginous fish of the family Scyllidae; a small shark.
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Over the past few months, as many as 2,000 leopard sharks have died in the San Francisco Bay area.
In other parts of North America, several sharks have been reported inhabiting Eelgrass habitat, including Sandbar Sharks (Carcharhinus milberti) in Chesapeake Bay, Maryland and Virginia (Orth and Heck 1980), Leopard Sharks (Triakis semifasciata) in Humboldt Bay, California (Ebert and Ebert 2005), and Gray Smooth-hound Sharks (Mustelus californicus) in Bolsa Chica, Orange County, California (Espinoza and others 2011).
In Hayward Marsh, leopard shark and topsmelt were the most abundant species caught with gill nets, whereas threespine stickleback and longjaw mudsucker were the most abundant species caught with minnow traps (Woods, 1981).
The 48-year-old, originally from Jarrow, South Tyneside, was sentenced to a year and a day in prison last month after admitting enlisting church members to illegally catch and sell at least 465 undersized leopard sharks.
These include: bat ray, Myliobatis californica; shovelnose guitarfish, Rhinobatos productus; leopard shark, Triakis semifasciata; gray smoothhound, Mustelus californicus; brown smoothhound, Mustelus henlei; thornback.
It uses your iPhone's camera to let you see what it's like having a fully formed leopard shark swimming around your living room.
After about 20 minutes of playing like preschoolers in finger paints, we look deeper, beyond the initial glow, and notice subtleties: the streak of darting baitfish or, for the lucky few, the undersea comet of a bat ray or leopard shark.
2m (pounds 600,000) which would make it the biggest baby leopard shark poaching ring in the US.
A demographic method with population density compensation for estimating productivity and yield per recruit of the leopard shark (Triakis semifasciata).
Yet, a zebra shark, also known as a leopard shark, has proven that the species can, in fact, reproduce without the assistance of a male partner.
2m (pounds 600,000) - which would make it the biggest baby leopard shark poaching ring in the US.