Any shark experts in our midst?

Subject: Any shark experts in our midst?
From: Steve <>
Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2008 19:29:42 +1100
G'day all

I was birding with Rob Farnes yesterday and he picked up a small dead shark near the mouth of the Fitzroy River (sw Victoria). I took a couple of photos and have had a bit of a Google to see if I could identify it. The closest I can get in appearance is one of the Bamboo Sharks (family Hemiscylliidae) but these seem to be in tropical Australia only.

If anyone would like a look at the photos (reasonable but not great) let me know and I'll send them.

p.s.   nine Wood Sandpipers at Yambuk was our birding highlight!

Steve Clark
Hamilton, Vic

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