Formalin-preserved dogfish sharks are packed in pails.
- Cartilaginous Fish Anatomy
- No Swim Bladder or Operculum
- Gill Slits
- Packed in Pails
Dogfish sharks, Squalus sp., are a popular teaching specimen for biology and anatomy courses focusing on cartilaginous fish anatomy. They're also great animal models for studying comparative and vertebrate anatomy.
They don't have a swim bladder or operculum and are good for group dissection.