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The spiny dogfish shark, a member of the class Chondrichthyes, is a popular dissection specimen in general biology and anatomy courses. It is useful for learning about cartilaginous fish and for studying comparative and vertebrate anatomy. Mature specimens allow for a thorough investigation of adult structures. Unique characteristics of the shark that students find intriguing include a cartilaginous skeleton, 5 pairs of gill slits, and the lack of a swim bladder and operculum. Our standard formalin dogfish sharks are packed and shipped in pails. 22 to 27". Double Color Injection: Arterial system injected with red latex. Second injection of yellow latex in hepatic system.
|Type of Preservative||Formalin|