Do sharks migrate and do they have reproduction spots like some other fish?
Yes. Great Whites have been tracked as individual sharks travel thousands of miles. Hammerheads begin to school as they breed.
Most sharks do not migrate because they live in tropical waters but the Basking shark does migrate South in the winter to go to warmer waters. Great white sharks migrate from guadelupe island (off the coast of Mexico) as far as Hawiaii which takes thousands of miles.
Most sharks are a blue/grey color with some white underneath. A few a brown or rust colored. Some sharks have stripes or spots on them which are black or even yellow. The zebra shak is white with black spots. The goblin shark is pink and the swell shark is orange with black spots and epalette shark is orange and has one big black spot near the head surrounded by a band of white.
In the old days, Everyone thought it be because the sharks were guarding sunken treasures or haunting the vessel. The truth is actually the complete opposite. Shipwrecks act as an artificial reef which offers a home to many marine animals, the most abundant being fish. Which brings in bigger predators like sharks, groupers, barracuda... It may also offer hiding places and spawning spots for many sharks.
Answer: I don't really think you should go snorkeling where there's sharks around! What you could do is try to swim away from the shark before it catches you. Cuddly sharks There is a real effort in the world's great diving spots - ex. Great Barrier Reef - to develop a new attitude to sharks. I snorkeled there recently for several weeks, would see sharks often (white tipped, black tipped, nurse, etc) and they would…
White spots can be caused by both strep throat and tonsillitis, but not usually on your tongue. There are also certain medications that can cause white spots - although I'm not sure which ones. Cancer can also cause white spots on your tongue - but only mouth or throat cancers, and there would be many other signs of that besides just the spots. So, tonsillitis would be your best bet.
Well it is hard to say. Some dogs have spots from their ancestors. See their ancestors use their spots for camouflage to hunt for food or hide from other animals. This day dogs have spots as a birth mark in away. Some spots are good looking and others should not have them. The dogs this day use their spots the same as their ancestors did back then. I hope this helps you out. I know…