Are hammerhead sharks getting extinct?
Indeed they are facing extinction mainly because of growing appetites for shark meat and for the Asian delicacy shark-fin soup, which are proving too much for populations of the slow-growing animals
the hammerhead is still alive,not extict.see videos in the internet about hammerhead shark.
sharks are not extinct.... yet! They have a huge species but they still have a high change of getting extinct.
they are getting hammered...lol...
There are 7 different types of hammerhead sharks.
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.
because of pollution in the sea!
they r getting killed by humans for shark fin soup
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
tell people that blue sharks are getting extinct
hammerhead sharks sleep for 2 to 3 hours a day
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.
Nurse Sharks, Lemon sharks and Hammerhead Sharks
Other Hammerhead sharks, Great Whites, Killer Whales and, of course, man.
yes hammerhead sharks have been known to attack and kill people
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.
Hammerhead sharks have the adaptation of killing their prey by hitting it with their hammer shaped head :]
Hammerhead sharks sleep swimming because if they don't they will stay in the deep deep ocean.
hammerhead sharks are important because
The Hammerhead shark has two colors
The HammerHead Shark. Kinda obvious!
The phylum of the hammerhead shark is Chordata.
The great hammerhead shark, the winghead shark, and the scalloped shark are the three endangered species of hammerhead sharks, and the smalleye shark, another type of hammerhead shark, is on the vulnerable animal list.
There are nine different ways in which hammerhead sharks communicate. One of these methods is by shaking the head back and forth to get the attention of the younger sharks.
Sharks should never be eaten due to their struggling population... although yes, Hammerhead Sharks are technically OK to eat.
the great hammerhead is the most aggeresive hammerhead shark in the entire world
No. All sharks are carnivorous.
There are no animals that eat hammerhead sharks because they are at the top of the food chain. Humans do eat hammerhead sharks and in some countries are considered to be somewhat of a delicacy.
Does Hammerhead Sharks prey on young
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… Read More
Hammerhead sharks prey are shark, and other fish, squid, octopuses, cuttle fish, crustaceans, and mollusks.
Yes, in fact, it usually eats its own young. Only when it is really starving does it feed on other sharks. Since sharks like to dig in without too much of a hassle, they wait until a hammerhead shark dies and eats the remains.
Diseases that attack hammerhead sharks include infections and even cancer. Not much is known about the diseases of sharks because generally only healthy sharks feed well and are captured.
some larger sharks like the great white sharks and i think an orca can eat the great hammerhead.
Hammerhead sharks live in the coral reef
The preditors of hammerhead sharks are other sharks, orca, and humans.
Hammerhead Sharks are carnivorous predators. Their diet includes fish, squid, Octopus, Crustaceans and Sting Rays. Sting Rays are one of the hammerheads favorite prey species. Large Hammerhead species esp. the "Great Hammerhead" is known to feed on other hammerhead species as well. Hammerheads are also cannibalistic, they eat their own young ones.
Great white sharks, hammerhead sharks, and bull sharks.
most of the hammerhead sharks are brownish. However, the smooth hammerhead sharks is olive green or dark gray-brown in the top and white underneath. Their pectoral fins have black tips.
Hammerhead sharks gather in large shoals during the day, then hunt alone at night. so i would say no
The Atlantic includes Hammerhead sharks, Great White sharks, bull sharks, and tiger sharks.
Well there are 9 different species of Hammerhead Sharks : Winghead shark Scalloped bonnethead White fin hammerhead Scalloped hammerhead Scoophead Great hammerhead Bonnethead Smalleye hammerhead Smooth hammerhead The Great and the Scalloped hammerhead are listed on the World Conservation Union's 2008 Red List as endangered, whereas the Smalleye hammerhead is listed as vulnerable. As for the other species they are not endangered.
yes it does : humans and other sharks