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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.


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their not spots their tattoos because all whale sharks are part of gangs.

You can catch sharks at harpoon fishing spots ( hidden under net fishing spots ) these can be located at: Fishing Guild, Catherby and Relekka.

Snakes are cold blooded. They must stay warm in the winter, but they do not migrate. You will find snakes below wood piles, in rabbit holes, or in other spots that do not freeze in the winter.

Whale Sharks and Grey Nurse Shark, a.k.a. Sand Tiger Shark

they have a pattern of white stripes and spots!

Whales migrate all over the world, traveling hundreds of miles to specific feeding or breeding spots.

whales sharks are a lot diffrent than sharks whalesharks are much bigger and have spots

No some sharks like the tiger shark are brown. some sharks even have spots like the appropriately named leopard shark

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.

places like Florida where the water is warm and there are lots of splashing people.

The sharks weak spot is the nose. Improved answer: A sharks weak spot really depends on the shark itself, mainly the gills, eyes, and where its vast array of electrical sensors are located (on the snout)

there is not an exact number of spots in a whale shark. It's also depending in how old is it. thanks a lot and i hope i answered your question.

there is totally such thing as a leopard shark.Leopard sharks are really just sharks that have brown spots on them and i guess that makes them kind of look like a leopard.

Many parts of the world have dangerous sharks but i would say Hawaii is pretty dangerous because three sharks that will attack humans live there. spots in Africa and south America are dangerous.

all of the spots migrate to the top, and you will not be able to tell them apart anymore.

No, there spots are like our fingerprints their spots are all different from each other!!

some can but i dont really now the name they have spots so there are some

Typically, bull sharks ARE murky water sharks but it is not likely you will find them that far inland. Rivers and estuaries near the coast are prime spots for the bull shark. Main concerns in Jordan Lake are the snakes.

The color of whale shark can be anything from brown to gray or bluish. There are stripes and light spots on its body.

Panda mates too. They have to have something to attract other pandas. So the pandas have spots to attract other pandas

There are black spots in the sun. The black spots are the less warmer parts in the sun compared to the other parts in the sun.

Well the spots themselves are called spots. But there are different patterns including; Blanket ( with or without spots) Leopard, Snowflake, Marbled, Frosted, Few true spots, and several other recognized patterns.

Some frogs have spots so that they are able to camouflage with their surroundings. Other frogs have spots to scare predators or to warn predators that they are poisonous.

For most of their lives monarch butterflies are solitary but when they migrate, they are very social, gathering in the thousands at varying spots in California and Mexico.

They certainly are not a country where people are running out of. Also, Buenos Aires is one of the hot spots in South America.

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