Habitat and Ecology
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The development and implementation of management plans (national and/or regional e.g., under the FAO International Plan of Action for the Conservation and Management of Sharks: IPOA-Sharks) are required to facilitate the conservation and management of all chondrichthyan species in the region.
Seychelles gulper shark
Centrophorus seychellorum or Seychelles gulper shark, is a species of fish in the Centrophoridae family found in Alphonse island in Seychelles.  This species is distinguished by having large tip of snout to first dorsal distance of 34% TL; first dorsal fin high (7 % TL); second dorsal fin base long (9.8% TL); long snout (12.2% TL); uniformly grey with tip and the trailing edge of dorsal fins blackish.  It is one of 11 described species in the genus Centrophorus.
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