The Oceans' Oddest Creatures and Why They Matter
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Ctenophores, commonly called Comb Jellies or Sea Gooseberries, were previously considered to be Cnidarians, because like jelly fish and sea anemones, ctenophores also have nematocysts. Today they are considered to represent a separate Phylum, the Ctenopho
The Zebra shark (Stegostoma fasciatum) is a species of carpet shark that is found throughout the tropical Indo-Pacific, frequenting coral reefs and sandy flats. The maximum reported size of a zebra shark is nearly 12 feet, though lengths of less than 7.5 feet are more common.
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