The Hammerhead shark is usually found at nearly 250 meters deep and can travel at speeds of 25 miles per hour.
Their head is built to maximize their ability to find its favorite meal: stingrays. Hammerheads also eat bony fishes, crabs, squid, lobsters, and other sea creatures
Their eyes are placed at each end of their heads which allow them to scan more area more quickly than other sharks.
Females don't lay eggs and give birth to litters that range from 6-50 live pups.
When the pups are born, their heads are more rounded than their parents'.
They are endangered.
Scalloped hammerhead sharks have become the first species of shark to be protected by the U.S. Endangered Species Act.