Of the former one species is Chinese, and the other is the shovel-nosed spoonbill or paddlefish of the lower Mississippi River.
He was a shovel-nosed, big-finned yellow shark, weighing about five hundred pounds.
His Totem was the shovel-nosed skate, but he has undergone no fusion with that animal.
In addition to the steer that was slaughtered, a shovel-nosed shark was caught and jerked in like manner with the beef.
Scaphirhynchus, skaf-i-ring′kus, n. a genus of tyrant-flycatchers: the shovel-heads or shovel-nosed sturgeons.