Wobbegongs are bottom-dwelling sharks that spend much of their time resting on the sea floor. They are not really big, although the largest species, the spotted wobbegong, can reach 3 metres in length. They show a typical camouflage pattern that makes them almost invisible: they are ambush predators, they hide and catch smaller fish which swim too close.
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[img via Australia Museum © Erik Schlögl]