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crow shark

Crow Shark Squalicorax Fossil & Other Extinct Sharks

The Crow Shark, commonly known as a Squalicorax, are an extinct genus Lamniform (Mackerel) shark, known to have lives in the Cretaceous (145-66 million years ago) period. These sharks are medium in size, up to 2-5 metres long. Read on to find out more about this ancient creature. Crow Shark Description The Crow Shark (or Squalicorax) …

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Oviparous

What Does Oviparious Mean (In Sharks)?

Oviparious reproduction happens when an animal reproduces with fertilized eggs. The eggs are fertilized inside the body of the female an laid before the start of embryonic development has started. What Are Oviparious Animals? Oviparious animals lay their eggs before any embryonic development has started. The most well known Oviparious animal is a chicken. The …

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