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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,
Spotted on Nov 1, 2011 Submitted on Dec 19, 2011
and 25 other people favorited this spotting