Horn shark (Heterodontus francisci) denticle print: A photograph of the skin of a horn shark taken with a scanning electron microscope. The horn shark is a common, shallow water shark of the California coast. It is a small shark that seldom reaches 4 ft. The Horn Shark is a bottom shark of the kelp forests where it feeds on sea urchins, crabs, mollusks, and other hard-shelled invertebrates. It is an egg-laying shark. The beautiful prints are from The Sharks of North America. Each Horn Shark denticles print is 8″ X 10″, black and white, on archival quality paper-suitable for framing.
The Sharks of North America serves as a standard reference on sharks for the twenty-first century.