Average Length – 5ft
The Australian Angelshark’s body is broad and flattened, and their posterior part is more muscular which is more typical of other sharks.
They have extensible jaws that can rapidly snap upward to capture their prey.
They have long needle like teeth
Often found in sandy or muddy seabeds close to rocky reefs.
At night they patrol the bottom of the sea floor searching for crustaceans and other invertebrates.
They are not dangerous to humans but because they have sharp teeth they can inflict damage if provoked.