Lemon shark By Peter

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Shark drawing

A giant fish with a cartilage skeleton. A lemon shark usually weight 420 lbs and 3.4 meters long, they are vertebrates.

Three shark pups


A lemon shark gives birth to 18 pups at a time

They have special breeding grounds


How and What they eat

They kill by stabbing it with its fin

They eat Fish and crustaceans

Where they live

In the Ocean manly in coral reefs


Features and adaptations of a lemon shark

Physical They Have fins and gills to survive

Behaviour They teach themselves to fight

The predators of a shark

Other sharks and humanity

Facts about them

They don't harm people
They don't look like lemons

Information from Wikipedia


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