Zebrashark (Stegostoma fasciatum)
This diorama is one of our "Self-suspension" Series products, where very delicate miniatures are "suspending" in the cubes without any visible support.
- In the Diorama: (A) Somewhere in the Red Sea, a male zebrashark is seeking for food near the bottom of the sea, and another female is resting on the sea bottom, which is very common for zebrasharks due to their bottom-dwelling nature. A group of pennant coralfish (Heniochus acuminatus) is swimming around the resting zebrashark and cleaning its body for food. A group of smallspotted dart (Trachinotus baillonii), and a pair of emperor angelfish (Pomacanthus imperator) are swimming fast by the zebrasharks. (B) In this simplified diorama, a male zebrafish is swimming along with a small group of smallspotted darts.
- Miniature Scale: 1:32
- Dimensions: (A) 12.7cm×12.7cm×12.7cm (B) 9cm×4.4cm×4.4cm
- Net Weight: (A) 2 kilograms (B) 170 grams
- Material: Environment-friendly polymers such as acrylic and resin. Nothing is made from any animal or plant source.
- Photos and Videos: All are taken for the real objects instead of being computer software simulations.
Note: In the actual diorama you get, there could be slight differences for the position/orientation/appearance of the miniatures compared with those in the pictures and videos. The quality of the product will be the same.