Image: Eastern Angelshark being eaten by an Australian Fur Seal
An Eastern Angelshark, Squatina albipunctata, being eaten by a male Australian Fur Seal, off Sydney, 14 October 2102. The water depth was about 150 m.
- Rob Harcourt
- © Rob Harcourt
The Eastern Angelshark can be distinguished from the Australian Angelshark, Squatina australis, by the white spots on the upper surface. The Australian Angelshark has dark spots on the lower lobe of the caudal fin.