Sharks KENNETH SANCHEZ

  • Sharks wounds heal quickly.
  • Sharks can smell a drop of blood in a million drops of water.
  • The most dangerous sharks are the great white shark.
  • Fin soup is popular in Asia.
  • Sharks are closely related to stingrays.
  • Baby sharks are called pup.
  • Blue sharks are the fastest sharks.
  • Whale sharks are capable of living up to 150 years.
  • The smallest shark is about four inches.
  • Sand tiger sharks are more active at night.
  • Pigs kill more people a year than sharks do.
  • Sharks see almost as well behind them as they do in the front.
  • Sharks do not have flaps over their gills.
  • Sharks have extremely sensitive hearing.
  • Most sharks have for rows of teeth.
  • About fifteen species of sharks are endangered.
  • Some sharks are able to track their prey up to a mile away.
  • some sharks can hear sounds more than 700 ft away.
  • Your odds of getting attacked by a shark are 1 in 3,748,067.
  • 100 million sharks are killed every year by humans.
  • Sharks predate the dinosaurs by 200 million years.
  • The movie Jaws was based on a real incident. in 1916.
  • Hammerhead sharks nearly have a 360-degree sight line.
  • Sharks are illegal to fish.
  • Sharks are always losing and replacing teeth.
  • Approximately 200 to 250 species of sharks live in all the oceans in the world.
  • Sharks are among the oldest living things.
  • The great majority of sharks live in the temperate or tropical regions.
  • Sharks have skeletons composed of cartilage rather than bone.
  • The whale sharks are more than forty-five ft long.
  • Sharks generally tend to live twenty-thirty years.
  • Sharks exist in all seas.
  • Sharks have a very accurate sense of smell.
  • Some sharks species attack and surprise their prey.
  • Shark skin made up of series of scales.
  • The spined pygmy shark is about seven to eight inches long.
  • Most sharks species will drown if they stop moving.
  • Twenty to thirty percent of sharks are endangered.
  • Great white sharks eat eleven tons of food each years.
  • Whale sharks are three times larger than the average shark.
  • Sharks can use their prey's heart beat to track them.
  • The spined pygmy shark is one of the smallest sharks.
  • Most shark species are carnivorous.
  • Sharks are commonly found at a depth of 2,000 meters.
  • Sharks reproductive age is twelve to fifteen years old.
  • The jaws of sharks are not attached to their bones.
  • Sharks may have up to 3,00 teeth at a time.
  • Sharks teeth are fully embedded into their gums.

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