Zebra Bullhead Shark Print


This 16″ x 20″ print of a zebra shark superimposed over the movement pattern of central Indo-Pacific currents was made from an original graphite drawing created for the exhibit “Shark!” curated by acclaimed marine artist and author Richard Ellis. The original 4′ x 5′ drawing is now in the permanent collection of Nova Southeastern University.

Giclee limited edition of 50 | Image size 16″ x 20″ | Paper size 19″ x 23″| 100% archival cotton rag| Signed and numbered, with a certificate of authenticity | Frame and mat not included.

25% of profits from this sale go to the National Aquarium.

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About the Zebra Bullhead Shark

The zebra bullhead shark (Heterodontus zebra) is a bullhead shark of the family Heterodontidae found in the central Indo-Pacific between latitudes 40°N and 20°S, from Japan and Korea to Australia. It is typically found at relatively shallow depths down to 50 m (160 ft), but off Western Australia, it occurs between 150 and 200 m (490 and 660 ft). It can reach a length of 1.25 m (4.1 ft). The reproduction of this bullhead shark is oviparous

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Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 9 × 12 × 2 in