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  • #29125

    I know that 1 type of smoothhound is live-bearing and the other is egg laying , does anyone know which is which

  • #60675

    Both common and starry hounds are live bearers

  • #60676

    This is when nature gets confused and not understood, they could never explaine it at school.
    Tropical fish even more confusing, and don’t talk about seahorses.
    So, are all sharks live bearers?

  • #60677

    no

  • #60678

    Yep, that sorts it, so clear now!!!!!

    That’s nature for you.

  • #60679

    a simple no sufficed lol.
    ya could of just linked it.

  • #60680

    I think it is either mako or raggy toothed sharks when in the females sharks “womb” predate on each other

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  • #60682

    Thanks Ada
    I knew somebody on the forum would now.
    The reason I asked was one of my brothers is claiming a Starry Smoothound on the family compitition because the Skipper identified it by the colour of the egg sack and the rest of us were a bit dubious (you know the skipper involved cos you have been out Breaming with him)

  • #60683

    WOW, hope you have all taken this in, questions later!!!

  • #60684

    a simple no would of sufficed. he asked
    “Tropical fish even more confusing, and don’t talk about seahorses.
    So, are all sharks live bearers? “

    so yes or no innit
    DAFT BOOGER!

  • #60685

    I told you, you would not like it!

  • #60686

    Hmm that mis-identification by “Ade’s bream skipper” will explain why ade catches loads of bream (just they look like mackies to the rest of us) 🙂

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