Gestation is thought to take about 12 months, and females are assumed to give birth in warm temperate and subtropical waters, but specific nursery areas are unknown.
Do baby sharks attached to their mothers?
Unlike with birds however, mother sharks do not stick around until the eggs hatch. Instead, Dr. Montano says the eggs have tendrils that attach to structures on the bottom of the seafloor such as coral, sponge or rocks that provide protection to the eggs.
Are baby sharks dangerous?
These baby sharks are totally harmless and will most likely swim away if you come too close.