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I. Fishes - Biology D. Feeding 1. Sharks and Cartilaginous Fishes a. Bite pieces from large prey • Tiger shark – Diverse stomach contents • Great white shark – Wound and wait • Cookie cutter shark – Cut out chunks b. Ingest smaller prey whole • Nurse shark – Benthic invertebrates c. Filter plankton – Gill rakers • Whale shark – Warm • Basking shark – Cold • Megamouth shark • Manta ray
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Protected Marine Species NOAA’s Office of Protected Resources manages: • 72 ESA-listed species (of total of approx. 1,950 listed species) – 21 marine mammals – 8 marine turtles – 35 marine and anadromous fish – 4 marine invertebrates – 1 marine plant • 62 mammal species in U.S. waters – 317 marine mammal species under the MMPA, worldwide – 33 pinnipeds worldwide – 84 cetaceans worldwide • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Species listed under both the MMPA and ESA beluga whale blue whale bowhead whale Chinese River dolphin fin whale gray whale Gulf of California harbor porpoise humpback whale Indus River dolphin killer whale North Atlantic right whale sei whale Southern right whale sperm whale Guadalupe fur seal Hawaiian monk seal Mediterranean monk seal Saimaa seal Stellar sea lion
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