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Squid with a side of seagrass? UC Irvine scientists find first known omnivorous shark

Ruining the reputation of sharks as bloodthirsty predators, California researchers said they have found a shark that enjoys a side of seagrass with its prey.

Bonnethead sharks not only eat grass while chomping fish and squid — they also digest the plant and gain nutrition from it, scientists at…


Source: Los Angeles Times

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