Here we see the ray-like angel shark.

The angel shark is a bottom feeder. They eat things like small fish, squid, octopus, and sea snails.

They hunt for their food by burying themselves under the sand on the ocean floor. When an unsuspecting fish swims by they strike from under the sand to catch and eat it. Pretty neat trick!

Angel sharks are found in cool temperate waters along the continental shelf.

Well, even though this shark is very pretty, we should be moving along. There are many more sharks to see on our dive!

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