The moment you think you have done all the things you could have thought of, something comes up. You thought that shark birth is a piece of cake? Watch this video and see for yourself.
A guy has purchased a bamboo shark for his saltwater aquarium. He was told that when the egg reaches a certain size, he should open it and deliver the baby shark. How cool is that?
The bamboo sharks of the species Chiloscyllium are found in the Indo-West Pacific from Japan to northern Australia. Depending on the species, sharks can be born from eggs laid in egg cases. About 100 shark species reproduce this way. In home conditions, egg cases should be opened by a human so the shark can come out of it. Giving birth to a shark? Incredible!
As shown in this video, first you should fill a bowl with water, so the baby shark can immediately have a living space. After that a small hole is opened using scissors, if it is not big enough for the tiny shark to come out of it, than you should make a bigger hole. However, you should be very careful with the scissors not to hurt the baby shark.
The moment the shark gets in touch with the water it instinctively goes out of the case and starts swimming, much to our amusement! It is absolutely adorable! Have you ever witnessed anything like this before? Deliver a baby shark in your aquarium tank? We are left for words!
The owner seems happy for the successful pod delivery, and why wouldn't he be?! In the end, a beautiful bamboo shark is brought to life and it will fit perfectly in his aquarium. Cuteness overload!
Watch as the man in this video helps a baby bamboo shark come out of its egg. At first he makes a small cut with the scissors, but it obviously isn’t enough for the baby shark to come out. Next, he makes two additional cuts, which penetrate the pod much further, making just enough room for the whitespotted bamboo shark
to swim out. The moment the little shark felt the water, it immediately started swimming in the waters of the aquarium, exploring its new home. Adorable!
Watch a shark break free from its shell in this satisfying video! A man purchased a bamboo shark for its home aquarium, but it didn’t hatch from its egg. Over time it became very active and well-formed, and it also seemed to be aggressively trying to free itself from the egg. So, its owner took the matter in his own hands, and decided to physically cut a hole for it to come out. It is very satisfying to watch the man cut out a hole in the pod so that the feisty bamboo shark can come out. When the surgical process is done, the little guy is happy as can be, exploring its new home! Adorable!
The whitespotted bamboo shark is a cover shark with a grown-up estimate that methodologies one meter long. Despite of its name, this small nocturnal species is harmless to people. The whitespotted bamboo shark is kept as a pet in big home aquaria. It can grow up to 37 inches long.
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