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Wobbegong. By : T.N. What makes wobbegongs great hunters. Camouflage: Dark wavy lines and spots blanket a tasseled wobbegong’s pale yellow skin. The complex pattern helps camouflage the outlines of the shark’s body, making it almost invisible to prey and predators.

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wobbegong

Wobbegong

By: T.N.

what makes wobbegongs great hunters
What makes wobbegongsgreat hunters
  • Camouflage: Dark wavy lines and spots blanket a tasseled wobbegong’s pale yellow skin. The complex pattern helps camouflage the outlines of the shark’s body, making it almost invisible to prey and predators.
how do wobbegongs get their food
How do wobbegongs get theirfood
  • Wobbegongs get their food by laying on the ocean floor. When a fish comes by It snatches the fish with his sharp scraggly teeth. They don’t have to swim to get oxygen they need for survival.
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Yes, wobbegongs do eat other sharks. It’s eating a bamboo shark right now for it’smeal. They also eat other fish, crab, lobster, and octopus.

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  • Sharks by: Beverly McMillan and John A. Musick
  • www.fishbase.net
  • www.elasmo-research.org/education/ecology/id-orectolobiformes.html