Spiny Dogfish Shark

The streamlined body of the dogfish shark is designed for swimming quickly and over long distances. So that it would be able to catch it's prey very easily. The dogfish shark is at the top of the food chain it does not have any predators. The dogfish shark has sandpaper-like skin that tears up the other fish in the net. Critically endangered In the Northeast Atlantic, the population has been dropping, in part because of the millions caught by accident. Baby dogfish sharks will attack much bigger fish. The dogfish shark lives in the pacific ocean. Where there is alot of sea creatures under water.

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