New Walking Shark Species Discovered in Australia and New Guinea





Four new species of walking sharks were discovered by researchers in a 12-year study.

The tropical shark that use their fins to walk across the seafloor have been discovered off the coasts of northern Australia and New Guinea. The sharks walk using their pectoral and pelvic fins, which allows them to forage for food under rocks and coral.

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5 Replies to “New Walking Shark Species Discovered in Australia and New Guinea”

  1. Am I living in an alternate reality? Been alive for decades and never knew there were walking sharks……also thought they were called The BearenstEIN Bears and not the BearinSTAIN ….or I swore Darth Vader said "Luke, I'm your father" and Forest said "Life was is like a box of chocolates"😜

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