Information about the California Horn Shark:
The California Horn Shark is found in the warm temperate and sub-tropical waters along the Pacific continental shelf, occurring off the west coast of the U.S.A., from Monterey Bay south to California, and off Mexico, where it occurs around Baja California and in the Gulf of California. The shark prefers cave, rock crevices, sandy areas and kelp beds, usually found in depths around 6 to 33 feet (2-11 meters.) It has a distinctive, pig-like snout and tends to stay close to the bottom. Unlike other sharks, the Horn Shark is somewhat sluggish, spending most of the daylight hidden in crags or otherwise concealed in rocks until the nighttime when it comes out to hunt. It uses the powerful suction of it's mouth to capture prey, then a strong jaw to crush it.
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