Spiny Dogfish Shark
by: Hanna Lamendola
Bob the Dogfish
i am a shark (obviously) and you will be disecting me in your biology class! I am a part of the Animal Kingdom. Its a rough world out there! i always have to fend for myself and chasing after my lunch is a lot of work! it Requires me to use every fin in my body!
These are some of my organs that you will be able to see when you disect me! How exciting!
- Gallbladder: stores bile that liver creates
- Heart: pumps blood and keeps the body moving
- Kidney: filter out bad blood and puts out good blood
- Liver: creates bile
- Pancreas: puts out hormones
- Small intestine: absorbes nutrients
- Large intestine: creates waste
- Stomach: stores and digests the food it eats
- Esophagus: tube that pushes the food down the sharks stomach
- Rectum: the storage container for digested food
- Claspers: the area that waste is distributed
- Lateral line: used to detect vibration
- Gills: allow the spiny dogfish shark to breath
species: Squalus acanthias
(try saying that 5 times fast) but most people just call me Bob.
Spiny dogfish appetite
Bob loves cruzing around Bikini Bottom to find his friend Mr. Crabs
Bob also glides past the coral reef to find Pearl. She sometimes gets a little scared and shoots ink everywhere
Lastly, Bob stops by to visit Flounder