Bramble, Sleeper and Dogfish sharks (Squaliformes) fish profile and information / pictures of Bramble, Sleeper and Dogfish sharks - Squaliformes

Bramble, Sleeper and Dogfish sharks (Squaliformes) fish profiles

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Bramble, Sleeper and Dogfish sharks information and info on the Squaliformes also known as Bramble, Sleeper and Dogfish sharks

Members of the order have two dorsal fins, which usually possess spines, no anal fin or nictitating membrane, and five gill slits. In most other respects, however, they are quite variable in form and size. They are found worldwide, from polar to tropical waters, and from shallow coastal seas to the open ocean.

Families within this order


Bramble sharks
(Echinorhinidae)

Dogfish sharks
(Squalidae)

Gulper sharks
(Centrophoridae)

Lantern sharks
(Etmopteridae)

Rough sharks
(Oxynotidae)

Sleeper sharks
(Dalatiidae)

Sleeper sharks
(Somniosidae)