By Shelby Wood
- Gallbladder: stores bile and helps the shark float
- Heart: pumps blood through the sharks body to keep it alive.
- Kidney: in the male it is part of the reproductive system and in both male and female it helps transport and manufacture urine.
- Liver: the largest organ in the body and stores energy for the shark
- Pancreas: it is connected to the duodenum and the stomach and secretions from the pancreas enter the duodenum
- Small Intestine: moves waste and absorbs moister
- Large Intestine: absorbs the remaining moister and moves waste to the rectum.
- Stomach: helps the shark digest food
- Esophagus: connects the mouth to the stomach
- Rectum: stores solid waste
- Claspers: assist in the transfer of sperm during mating and it is only in male sharks.
- Lateral Line: line beginning at the pectoral fin and ending at the pelvic fin.
- Gills: they are respiratory organs
Order - Squaliformes
Species- saualus Acanthias