General Information: This species differs from
the blind shark in the placement of its anal fin (which does not
reach back to the origin of the lower tail lobe), in the length
of the snout (longer and more rounded), and in the relative sizes
of the first and second dorsal fins (the second is noticeably
smaller than the first). Juveniles have conspicuous bands on the
body and tail that are obscure, or disappear in adults.
Feeding Habits: Feeds on crustaceans and small