Definitions

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  • noun A form of hammerhead shark, Sphyrna tiburo

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Examples

  • For other populations of sharks, they continue to be robust, and I think the bonnethead falls into that.

    White Shark Sightings On The Rise On East Coast

  • Dr. SKOMAL: Well, you know, the bonnethead is indeed a species.

    White Shark Sightings On The Rise On East Coast

  • Dr. SKOMAL: Well, you know, the bonnethead is indeed a species.

    White Shark Sightings On The Rise On East Coast

  • For other populations of sharks, they continue to be robust, and I think the bonnethead falls into that.

    White Shark Sightings On The Rise On East Coast

  • The two that have been genetically confirmed are a hammerhead bonnethead specifically and blacktip shark but they've now found suspected and probable cases with white bamboo sharks and a whitetip reef shark - the same species I saw in Australia when I wrote the Discovery Channel Expedition Shark blog.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • A bonnethead shark at Omaha, Nebraska's Henry Doorly Zoo gave birth to a pup without ever mating.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • One other significant finding is that DNA from the bonnethead pup's carcass showed it suffered what Shivji called a genetic 'double whammy.'

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • The two that have been genetically confirmed are a hammerhead bonnethead specifically and blacktip shark but they've now found suspected and probable cases with white bamboo sharks and a whitetip reef shark - the same species I saw in Australia when I wrote the Discovery Channel Expedition Shark blog.

    sharks and weiners

  • And there's more: a Caribbean reef (bonnethead sharks, among others), an Amazon rain forest ( "schools of piranha ... 15-foot anaconda snakes and poison arrow frogs") and a Mississippi bayou exhibit (alligators, of course).

    An Experience Of Captivity

  • So, after a nice intense lecture about PCBs, shark reproduction and the exciting social life of female bonnethead sharks in Florida Bay they are apparently spending time seducing multiple males with cute tail flips and then not even using the sperm for months, just quietly storing the sperm I headed up to Mega-Con with a friend in a successful attempt to restablish my geek credentials.

    Mega-Con

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