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What species of shark is this?

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  1. koolinkunming Silver Belt

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    We had 2 of these at the fish market last night. What kind of shark is this?

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  2. Swoliosis Red Belt

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    Don't tell me you fuckers pulled em outta the water to take selfies with em
     
  3. koolinkunming Silver Belt

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    No lol. Just saw them in a shipment of fish that was brought in last night.
     
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    juvenile sharkeishas
     
  5. Dober4 Purple Belt

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    Looks like a whitetip reef shark
     
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    I'm going with a type of dogfish.
     
  7. koolinkunming Silver Belt

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    Thanks. I think you're right.
     
  8. jefferz Gold Belt

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    The eyes don't look to be in the right spot for a white tip.
     
  9. koolinkunming Silver Belt

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    Any other ideas? I'm really curious here.
     
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    Lemon Pepper
     
  11. jefferz Gold Belt

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    Do you remember seeing a spine in front of the second dorsal fin?
     
  12. Machina Obscura SpaceCommissar

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    Great whites .. it has to be, since they don't look like hammer sharks.
     
  13. koolinkunming Silver Belt

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    Yeah there was.
     
  14. jefferz Gold Belt

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    head doesn't look long enough.
     
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    It was a dogfish then.
     
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    Yeah, jefferz already said my first guess - dogfish.
     
  17. koolinkunming Silver Belt

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  18. BearGrounds A great many scalps.

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    Too small to be a muscle shark.
     
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    Fins too pointy.
     
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    What would two Sean Sherks cost at the fish market these days?

    2/10 would not eat?
     

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