Sushi for sharks—seagrass belted with squid?

Sushi for sharks?
According to this research paper’s illustrations (L), these newly-discovered omnivores, Bonnethead sharks, seeming snack on sushi: seagrass belted with squid—Sort of the reverse of traditional nigiri: sushi having fish and rice belted with seaweed.nigiri-selection_300x


Bonnethead shark (Sphyrna tiburo)


Scientists find the first plant-eating shark — but it still likes to hunt | 2018-Sept-6
Bonnethead sharks are not only consuming copious amount of seagrass but they are actually capable of digesting and assimilating seagrass nutrients, making them clear omnivores,” the researchers {Leigh et al.} wrote in their study.


A few of our previous reports of sharks include:



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