Also known as Blunthead Shark, Bullhead, Bullhead Shark, Dog Shark, Horn Shark, Oyster Crusher, Pigfish.
Found singly or in shivers, resting during the day, in caves, under ledges and on sandy bottoms, in shallow temperate waters, of coastal rocky reefs, dispersing at night to hunt for food. The eggs of these sharks are a distinctive spiral shape.
They feed nocturnally on crustaceans, fish, molluscs and sea urchins.
Length - 170cm
Depth - 0-275m
Western Pacific - Southern Australia
These sharks have no Anal Fin but have spines on the leading edge of the two Dorsal Fins.
Port Jackson Sharks are not considered dangerous unless threatened and then can give a painful bite! Ref: https://www.fishbase.se/summary/743