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root Sipuncula / Chordatiere / Sipuncula  
class Chondrichthyes / Knorpelfische / Chondrichthyes  
    order   Lamniformes / Makrelenhaiartige / mackerel sharks   
       family  Alopiidae / Fuchshaie / Thresher sharks   family show !
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  Alopias pelagicus
german name
  Pazifischer Fuchshai
english name
  Pelagic thresher
   
discoverer Nakamura, 1935
size 365 cm
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occurrence Der Pazifische Fuchshai ist im gesamten subtropischen bis tropischen Bereich des Pazifischen und Indischen Ozean verbreitet. Er kommt entsprechend von der Ostküste Afrikas, den südasiatischen Küstenbereichen und Nordaustralien bis an die Westküsten Nord-, Mittel- und Südamerikas sowie im Bereich der vorgelagerten Inseln vor. Seine Hauptverbreitung hat er allerdings in den Hochseebereichen
   
description The Pacific thresher shark has a dark blue to blue-violet back coloration without any noticeable markings and a white belly coloration that does not, however, extend beyond the pelvic fins.
The shark has a conical, rounded snout and, compared to other thresher sharks, relatively small eyes. The caudal fin is very large and the upper caudal lobe has a length that almost corresponds to that of the rest of the body. It has a small anal fin and two dorsal fins. The first dorsal fin is significantly larger than the second and lies behind the pectoral fins. The pectoral fins are relatively large and do not end pointedly as in the common thresher shark (A. vulpinus). Like all species of the genus, the animals have five gill slits and no injection hole.
   
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