Most Amazing Organisms on Earth. Sharks By Semaj Alexander

Sharks

Average sharks swim up to 31 mph. A mako shark can swim up to 60 mph.

But sharks also detect their prey with sensory receptors that run along their sides. These receptors make up the "lateral line," an organ similar in function to the ear that can feel pulses or vibrations in the water.
A shark might sense the flailing of an animal in distress and swim closer to investigate.A shark has fins and a streamlined body that help it swim through water. It has gills, which take in oxygen directly out of the water.
Sharks have adapted to living in a wide range of aquatic habitats at various temperatures. Paired pectoral fins lift the shark as it swims.
Some Features are paired pectoral fins lift the shark as it swims.Paired pelvic fins stabilize the shark.One or two dorsal fins also stabilize the shark. A single anal fin provides stability in species where it is present; not all sharks have an anal fin.
The Life span is 20-30 years.

Male sharks fight for a girl sharks and the winner gets to mate with the girl shark.

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