The ginger carpetshark is a shark species endemic to the waters off the coast of Western Australia. They’re known from only three specimens, so very little is known about their biology. The largest specimen was 78 cm long. They live in deep water, at around 200-240 m.
They’re oviparous, but litter sizes are unknown.
At the moment there aren’t enough studies to determine population health. The IUCN considers them Data Deficient.
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