Threatened fishes of the world: Glyphis gangeticus (Müller & Henle, 1839) (Carcharhinidae)

@article{Compagno2004ThreatenedFO,
  title={Threatened fishes of the world: Glyphis gangeticus (M{\"u}ller \& Henle, 1839) (Carcharhinidae)},
  author={Leonard J. V. Compagno},
  journal={Environmental Biology of Fishes},
  year={2004},
  volume={49},
  pages={400}
}
  • L. Compagno
  • Published 1 August 1997
  • Environmental Science
  • Environmental Biology of Fishes
Common names: Ganges shark (E), Requin du Ganges (Fr), Tibúron del Ganges (Sp), Magar Sura (India). Conservation status: Uncertain. Possibly extinct, as only a few specimens were collected in the last century but not recently. Identification: A large stocky shark reaching at least 178 cm (adult male) with two spineless dorsal fins and an anal fin, a broadly rounded, short snout much less than mouth width, minute eyes with internal nictitating eyelids dorsolateral on head, no spiracles, five… 
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