Feeding Behavior of Subadult Sixgill Sharks (Hexanchus griseus) at a Bait Station

Abstract

This is the first in-situ study of feeding behaviors exhibited by bluntnose sixgill sharks. Bait was placed beneath the Seattle Aquarium pier situated on the waterfront in Elliott Bay, Puget Sound, Washington at 20m of water depth. Cameras and lights were placed around the bait box to record sixgill shark presence and behavior while feeding. Analysis of… (More)
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0156730

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