Spiny Dogfish Shark Research
Labeling of a Spiny Dogfish Shark
Explanations of a Spiny Dogfish Shark
The sharks gallbladder helps with flotation of the shark.
Atrium and ventricles make up the two parts of the heart.
Their kidneys are very flat and almost like a string.
Is the largest organ in the shark. Also has two main lobes.
The sharks pancreas is a long, and thin organ. It has two sections, a ventral and a dorsal.
The small intestine helps the shark gain the nutrients it needs by absorbing them.
The large intestine absorbs the water and helps move the digested food down to the rectum.
The stomach is a J shaped. It helps the shark digest its food. Also it has two part that consist of cardiac and pyloric part.
This transports the food from the mouth to the stomach.
Works as the storage of waste.
Claspers are found in males only. This is similar to what a finger looks like, and aids in sperm transfer during mating.
Helps to detect water movement, which is called a sensory organ. The line begins at the pectoral fins and ends at the pelvic fin.
The shark have five gill slits. These slits help the shark breath underwater.
Name: Squalus Acanthias Grayfish
- Squalus Acanthias
The spiny dogfish shark life span can go from 30 to 100 years.