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クロトガリザメ(一般和名); Shilky Shark


クロトガリザメ

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クロトガリザメ (黒尖鮫、Carcharhinus falciformis) は、メジロザメ属に属するサメの一種。全世界の熱帯の外洋域で見られ、最も個体数の多い外洋性サメの一つである。深度50mまでの表層を高速で回遊する。体は細い流線型で、通常2.5m程度。第一背鰭が小さく、第二背鰭の後端が長く伸び、鎌型の長い胸鰭を持つことが特徴である。背面は金属光沢のある灰褐色で、腹面は白い。皮膚は非常に滑らかに見え、ここから英名 "Silky shark" が付けられた。


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