WHITE SPOTTED BAMBOO SHARK (in egg cases)
Whitespotted Bamboo Shark eggcases showing well formed pups inside. Also known as White-spotted Catshark. Found on coral reefs throughout the Pacific Ocean
The whitespotted bamboo shark is a carpet shark with an adult size that approaches one metre in length. This small, mostly nocturnal species is harmless to humans. The whitespotted bamboo shark is occasionally kept as a pet in larger home aquariums. It can grow up to 93 centimetres (37 in) long.
Whitespotted bamboo sharks are oviparous (egg laying-see egg case above). The eggs are approximately five inches long and hatch after 14 or 15 weeks. The young hatch out at approximately 6 inches in length. Doug Sweet, curator of fishes at the Belle Isle Aquarium in Detroit reports that in July 2002 a clutch of eggs from a female whitespotted bamboo shark hatched without any apparent fertilization. This appears to be the first reported example of parthenogenesis in this species.
Fact Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Whitespotted_bamboo_shark
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