Zebra Bullhead Shark

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Zebra Bullhead Shark

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Very little is known about the biology and life history of the Zebra Bullhead Shark. Bullheads sharks get their name from their large heads, the heavy brow bone over each eye giving them a bull-like appearance. Bullhead sharks have a piggish snout, a smallish mouth, and flat, molar-like hind teeth that are well suited for crushing shells on rocky reefs and sea bottom habitats. This Zebra Bullhead Shark is mostly submerged in clear blue glycerin soap and measures 3-3/8 inched long, 2 inches wide, and 7/8 inch thick weighing 3.4 oz. National Geographic does a beautiful tribute to whales! Perfect party favors for a FREE WILLY party or for your favorite Science Teacher. 

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