Hammerheads are one of the medium sized species of sharks, which make them an easy target for fishermen. Their fins are a delicacy. As a result of overfishing, hammerhead numbers have fallen drastically in many of their habitats. Fishermen usually cut off their fins and toss the remainder of the fish into the sea to die a horrible death. Loss of habitat is another danger to these sharks. Because of widespread uncontrolled hunting, hammerheads are considered an "endangered" species. Unless hunting them is stopped soon, these species may become extinct very soon.
Yes they say that sharks are becoming extinct because of fishing sharks as sports activities is 1 reason
the hammerhead is still alive,not extict.see videos in the internet about hammerhead shark.
In 2008, hammerhead sharks were put on the endangered species list. It is estimated that in the last 30 years the shark population has dropped by 95 percent.
people are hunting them and killing them
botel nose dolphins are becoming extinct because sharks are eating them.
hammerhead sharks can be eaten be octopus or bigger sharks NOT BIGGER SHARKS ONLY OCTOPUSES
White sharks are opportunistic eaters. They will attack and eat a hammerhead.
Hammerhead sharks diet on fish, rays, other sharks, squid, octupus, and crustaeceans.
Hammerheads often live in large groups with other hammerhead sharks.
Hammerhead sharks, like all sharks, are fish, not reptiles.
the hammerhead sharks life span is 240 years
Hammerhead sharks can weigh from 500 pounds to 1,000 pounds
All Hammerhead sharks migrate to warmer waters in the winter
Hammerhead sharks migrate so they can move to warmer climate to breed.
hammerhead sharks can be found in warmer and tropical waters.
hammerhead sharks sleep for 2 to 3 hours a day
Nurse Sharks, Lemon sharks and Hammerhead Sharks
yes hammerhead sharks have been known to attack and kill people
Other Hammerhead sharks, Great Whites, Killer Whales and, of course, man.
because like most other sharks, they are becoming extinct.
The phylum of the hammerhead shark is Chordata.
The HammerHead Shark. Kinda obvious!
The Hammerhead shark has two colors
hammerhead sharks are important because