What is another word for hexanchidae?

3 synonyms found


[ hˈɛksant͡ʃˌɪdiː], [ hˈɛksant‍ʃˌɪdiː], [ h_ˈɛ_k_s_a_n_tʃ_ˌɪ_d_iː]

Hexanchidae is a term used to describe a family of sharks that have unique characteristics such as six or seven gill slits on either side of their body. There are several other synonyms that can be used to refer to Hexanchidae, including cow sharks, frilled sharks, and snaggletooth sharks. These sharks are known for their primitive appearance and distinct physical features, which make them different from other types of sharks. The Hexanchidae family includes different species that inhabit various parts of the world's oceans, such as the bluntnose sixgill shark and the bigeye sixgill shark. These species play a crucial role in maintaining the balance of marine ecosystems as apex predators.

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How to use "Hexanchidae" in context?

The hexanchidae is a family of beetles in the subfamily Cossopodinae. Member genera are Beetlea, Ptilinoma, and Hexanchus. They are found throughout the world, but are most common in the southern hemisphere. They are typically small beetles, averaging 3-5 mm in length, and are characterized by six legs. The family is divided into two subfamilies, the Hexanchinae and the Cossopodinae. The Hexanchinae includes the genera Beetlea, Ptilinoma, and Hexanchus.

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