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Photo take in sand are at -70 ft in a shark dive. Body cylindrical and elongate; possessing an oblong cephalic disk with 14 to 17 transverse laminae; cranium depressed (supporting cephalic disk); dorsal fin with 27 to 44 rays; first gill arch with fewer than 21 gill rakers; body entirely white to pale blue.
Worldwide in warm seas. Subtropical Marine; pelagic-oceanic fish.
Lat: 20.63, Long: -87.08
Spotted on Jan 15, 2012
Submitted on Jan 15, 2012
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