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Thanks Neil - this is a great site to learn new things everyday :-)
Now that is something I have never seen before, nor contemplated. I always thought sharks were born alive, not in an egg case. An amazing looking animal, and an excellent spotting, Rachael.
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i SO should've favorited this aLONGtime ago!
That is a very cool fun fact and great spot.
Fun fact! Most sharks give birth to live young, but a few mostly small sharks that live near the seafloor, lay eggs. Empty egg cases often wash up on beaches and are called mermaid’s purses. https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=...https://twitter.com/projectnoah/status/3...
Awesome find!!Thanks for sharing!!
Yes id definatly say it was an Callorhinchus milii!!
Awesome! This is the first time I see a shark egg case, thank you!
Great spot! Please can you add this to the Eggs of the World mission.Welcome to Project Noah Rachael!
Welcome to the Noah community.
Nice spotting !
Ha! TWhen you are editing there is a little map with a little blue pin on it. You can either drag the pin around or type an address and press search.
I don't know how to change the location, this is my first post!
You didn't really find this behind Alphington Grammar school surely.
Wow, nice spotting,
Lat: -38.49, Long: 145.20
Spotted on Nov 1, 2011 Submitted on Dec 19, 2011
and 22 other people favorited this spotting