Angel shark project

Angel shark project

Diving in Punta del Chupadero - Fuerteventura

At that point, they can be quite explosive, lunging at their prey and extending their powerful jaws to create enough suction to swallow their prey whole. Its camouflage also serves as a means of avoiding predation, but some large coastal predators are known to prey on this shark.

The shark of the waters of the Canary Islands

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El tiburón ángel es uno de los 23 tiburones ángel, que se destaca por su apariencia aplanada que los hace parecerse a rayas o rayas. Estos tiburones planos tienen aletas pectorales anchas y bocas relativamente grandes, que utilizan para crear una intensa presión negativa (succión) cuando se alimentan. Aunque se parecen a las rayas, los tiburones ángel (y otros tiburones planos) se pueden distinguir fácilmente de las rayas examinando las aletas pectorales. En patines y rayas, las aletas pectorales siempre van unidas a la cabeza. En los tiburones ángel y otros tiburones planos, ese nunca es el caso.

What is the angel shark?

THE TRIBUO DIVING CLUB IS A NON-PROFIT SPORTS CLUB DEDICATED TO UNDERWATER ACTIVITIES IN ALL ITS FORMS. ITS MAIN OBJECTIVES ARE THE PROMOTION AND PRACTICE OF UNDERWATER SPORTS. WE ARE A DIVING CLUB FORMED BY A GROUP OF PEOPLE OF DIFFERENT NATIONALITIES WHO LOVE TO DIVE AND TRANSMIT OUR PASSION TO OTHER PEOPLE. FUERTEVENTURA OFFERS US AN OPPORTUNITY TO DIVE ALL YEAR BETWEEN LAVA SEAS AND DIFFERENT UNDERWATER VOLCANIC LANDSCAPES WITH UNIQUE VIEWS THAT HAVE NOTHING TO ENVY OTHER ISLANDS OF THE CANARY ARCHIPELAGO.

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Pacific angel sharks live on soft bottoms near rocky reefs and kelp forests. Their color patterns and flat bodies allow them to blend in very well with the seabed, and they are able to pump water over their gills, allowing them to remain perfectly still. These sharks are ambush predators that wait patiently for prey species, usually a variety of bony fish and some small sharks, to swim too close.