TIL that there are a total of 9 ‘walking shark’ species collectively called Epaulette sharks. These sharks are 3-feet long and live in Australia. Epaulette sharks move their pectoral fins in the front and pelvic fins in the back to plod along the seafloor—or even atop coral reefs, outside the water.

Read more: https://www.oceanicsociety.org/resources/ocean-facts/the-shark-that-can-walk-on-land/

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