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Taxidermy Shark Identification

Discussion in 'Fish Taxidermy' started by saturn, Oct 4, 2020.

  1. saturn

    saturn New Member

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    I bought this in China. Does anyone have any ideas what type of shark? I originally thought either carpet/bamboo shark (from Asia), horn shark (not from Asia), spiny dogfish (not from Asia), but I am having trouble finding photos of any of those that have both stripes (not spots) and spines on the fins. IMG_3499.jpg IMG_3502.jpg IMG_3503.jpg
     
  2. Frank E. Kotula

    Frank E. Kotula master, judge, instructor

    More or less a carpet shark
     
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  3. CCarlson

    CCarlson Active Member

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    Looks like its Heterodontus Zebra, A type of Horn (or sometimes called Bullhead) shark. I guess they have a relatively large range from the western pacific, Japan, to Australia.
     
  4. saturn

    saturn New Member

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    That's it! "Heterodontus Zebra" photos look just like it. Thanks.