Evolution Zone

Red-bellied Piranha
Scientific name: Pygocentrus nattereri

Average lifespan
10 years
Size
Up to 0.5 m
Distribution
South America

Did you know?

Red-bellied piranhas live in a group which consists of more than 100 individual as a self-protection strategy.

Red-bellied piranhas will hunt their prey in a group by attacking the eyes and tails first to immobilize their prey.

They use the regrow triangular and razor-sharp teeth to tear the food like a set of “scissors”.

Brown-banded Bamboo Shark
Scientific name: Chiloscyllium punctatum

Average lifespan
Up to 25 years
Size
Up to 1.3 m
Distribution
Indo-west Pacific

Did you know?

Brown-banded bamboo sharks also known as “cat sharks” due to the presence of whiskers-like barbels around their snout.

Just like cat whiskers, these barbels act as a sensory organ that help brown-banded bamboo sharks to locate their prey in the dark.

Brown-banded bamboo sharks are nocturnal feeders that feed on invertebrates such as small crabs and small fishes.

Average lifespan
Up to 25 years
Size
Up to 1.3 m
Distribution
Indo-west Pacific

Did you know?

Brown-banded bamboo sharks also known as “cat sharks” due to the presence of whiskers-like barbels around their snout.

Just like cat whiskers, these barbels act as a sensory organ that help brown-banded bamboo sharks to locate their prey in the dark.

Brown-banded bamboo sharks are nocturnal feeders that feed on invertebrates such as small crabs and small fishes.

Horseshoe Crab
Scientific name: Carcinoscorpius rotundicauda

Average lifespan
Not evaluated
Size
Up to 2.5 m (diameter)
Distribution
Indo-pacific

Did you know?

Although horseshoe crabs may look dangerous with spines, they are totally harmless.

Horseshoe crabs use their tail to flip back their body when gets overturn.

Horseshoe crabs use their sharp pincers to walk and to grab their food.

Average lifespan
Not evaluated
Size
Up to 2.5 m (diameter)
Distribution
Indo-pacific

Did you know?

Although horseshoe crabs may look dangerous with spines, they are totally harmless.

Horseshoe crabs use their tail to flip back their body when gets overturn.

Horseshoe crabs use their sharp pincers to walk and to grab their food.

  

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