yes they do work with sharks
they go back to work for the sword fish
game sharks only work for their specific consoles so no.
Sharks may try to eat whale sharks if there is not a lot of other food, but it would be very hard and probably not work because whale sharke are the largest fish on Earth and they kill other fish and even sharks very easily.
No, it has been proven by scientists and people that work in the aquarium in melbourne that sharks cannot be trained. They are not capable to think like other animals, for example, dogs or dolphins. Sharks are dangerous.
megalodon sharks, great white sharks, frilled sharks, thresher sharks, tiger sharks, sand tiger sharks, lemon sharks, bull sharks, whale sharks, basking sharks, lepord sharks,black tip sharks. there is 12.
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Yeah... Sharks are better!
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Nurse Sharks, Lemon sharks and Hammerhead Sharks
Collective nouns for sharks are:a school of sharksa shiver of sharksa shoal of sharks
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There are three species of sharks known to eat starfish. These sharks are the Nurse sharks, Horn sharks and Port Jackson sharks.
The Atlantic includes Hammerhead sharks, Great White sharks, bull sharks, and tiger sharks.
Sharks have eyelids so female sharks can wink at male sharks.
Mako sharks, thresher sharks and Great white sharks
baby sharks are called pupsbaby sharks are baby sharks
no! orcas are larger than most sharks some sharks are bigger like great white sharks,basking sharks,whale sharks and megamouth sharks
Goblin sharks, megamouth sharks, bluntnose sixgill sharks, boardnose sevengill sharks, cook sharks, and sandbar sharks.
There are around 440 different species of sharks in the world (great white sharks, carpet sharks, hammerheads, whale sharks, tiger sharks, blue sharks, mako sharks, lemon sharks, angel sharks, thresher sharks, megamouth sharks, zebra sharks, nurse sharks, basking sharks, and bull sharks, just to name a few). And they all grow to different sizes. So, unless you specify what kind of shark(s) you're talking about, this question is far too general to be answered. See the Related Link below for the Wikipedia entry for sharks.
No, basking sharks are the second largest sharks in the world (whale sharks being the largest) but great white sharks are the worlds largest hunting sharks.
Sometimes because some sharks eat other sharks.
In the whale sharks family there are other whale sharks and other sharks
sharks are fish, but fish that are not sharks often get eaten by sharks in the food chain some small fish habitat with sharks they get food from the sharks.