Fast Facts: Crested Hornsharks

The Crested Horn Shark is often confused with the more common Port Jackson Shark, because they look similar. A way to tell them apart is to look for the different banded pattern. Males mature at about 60 cm in length. Females mature at about 70 cm. The Crested Hornshark is endemic to Australia, occurring fromContinue reading “Fast Facts: Crested Hornsharks”

Short Story: Baby Port Jackson Shark

Goosebumps darted all over my body, as I prepped my dive gear in the chilly, harsh wind. Thick, dark, grey rain clouds hovered over us, as an isolated beam of light bathed us in temporary warmth. Strolling to the entrance of Bass and Flinders Dive site in Sydney, Australia, the dense, mature trees provided temporaryContinue reading “Short Story: Baby Port Jackson Shark”