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Standard specimen found on the beach: what is it?

Standard specimen found on the beach: what is it?

A truly brutal discovery was made on the beach: it is a record-sized specimen. Let’s see what it’s about.

Squalo Megamouth Creditist Kodami – viaggi.nanopress.it

The beach where the specimen was found is located in the Philippines and overlooks the ocean. The National Museum of the Philippines announced the discovery.

The huge specimen was found

An exceptional specimen was discovered on a beach overlooking the ocean or the Philippines. The National Museum of the Philippines made the announcement. However, even if this discovery was incredible, the specimen was dead and pregnant. what is he talking about? Read on to find out.

On the shore of the Philippine coast, a specimen of a huge cartilaginous fish called Squalo Megamouth. This name was given to him because of his large mouth. The museum announced on social media that it is the first huge specimen found in the world On the beach and pregnant. In fact, there were seven small sharks in his mouth.

The scientific term to refer to a sample is… Megachasma pelagius. They are oviparous sharks, with eggs that grow and develop in the mother’s body. The young are born already fully developed. Once born, the young can also swim. The seven pups found in the mother’s body indicate to scientists the high reproductive rate of this type of shark.

Squali Megamouth Credits Virgilio – viaggi.nanopress.it

Rare type

Huge sharks are In danger of extinction But information about this species is still scarce. In fact, they are rarely found alive. The observations were, above all, very similar to those described above. The peculiarity is that it looks very similar to the alien.

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The specimen found in the Philippines was transferred to the museum where scientists were able to delve into some questions. The museum plans to mummify the specimen for display to the public. Furthermore, through investigations, they discovered questions about physiology and lifestyle.

The discovery of the first megamouth occurred In 1976Off the coast of Hawaii, 25 miles off the coast of Kaneohe. On that occasion, the observed specimen remained stuck in the net at a depth of 165 metres.

Studies have shown that the shark is derived from a shark dating back to prehistoric times, specifically the Lower Miocene. This is a new species classified among the shingle-eating sharks.

Its name comes from the Greek word megas (large), and chasma, a term referring to its large mouth. As for Pelagius, it means the open sea. The shark is found mainly off the coast of the Philippines and Taiwan. In fact, they can only live in three of the world’s oceans: the Pacific, Atlantic, and Indian.