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Wobbegong carpet shark (Orectolobus maculatus), also called carpet shark, moves slowly. In fact, he did not hunt prey. This unique fish precisely disguised on the seabed until the prey came before him. The nickname of the shark carpet is obtained because of the motif of the skin that resembles a carpet.
His body color is brownish gray and has a symmetrical pattern of hard dots. This is used to blend around the reef and sea sand. Its length can reach 1.5 meters. Wobbegong lives around reefs and caves at the base of the Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean, Australia, Japan and Indonesia.
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Look at the eyes!!! The most complex eyes in the world. Most people have three types of light detecting cells or photoreceptors which are sensitive to red, green, and blue light. But the mantis shrimp has anywhere from 12 to 16 different photoreceptors in its midband.
They use their dozen plus receptors to recognize colors in a unique way that’s very different to the other animals but oddly similar to some satellites.
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