All of the bones in a shark's body are made of cartilage (like the end of your nose or your ears). The only exception are the teeth. That is why the teeth can be worn on necklaces.
Sharks do not have bones, they have skeletons made of cartilage.
Sharks have no bones because they are made out cartilage and it makes them more flexable
No. there is no bone in a sharks body. The sharks skeleton is made of cartilage.
a sharks "skeleton" is made of cartilage.
No. Sharks bones are made of cartilage though.
technically, sharks have no bones, as their skeleton is made from cartilage.
All sharks skeletons are not made of bone but cartilage.
Sharks teeth are bones, duuu!!!* actually sharks don't have bones, they are made of scales that have been enlarged and strengthened
Yes, sharks have no bones. They have something called cartilage! Very similar to the stuff your nose or ears is made up of.
Yes. It is made of cartilage.
Sharks and Stingrays both do not contain any bones in their bodies. All invertebrates have no "bones". Vertebrates have "bones". Read a book on biology. Sharks, dogfish and rays are all vertebrates but have skeletons composed of cartilage not bone. ---- Wtf... Sharks have sharp, pointy teeth. What are teeth made out of? Bones! Sharks have bones.
Some sharks have bones like us however some sharks have bones that are made out of cartilage.
The skeleton of a shark is not made of bones but instead it is made of cartilage. So sharks have zero bones because of this.
blue sharks have no bones besides the jawbone and the spine.they are made of cartilage.
Sharks do not have bones. They have skeletons made of cartilage.
sharks dont have bones
yes sharks have bones made of cartilage too move and bend more and the rays are made of cartilage as well. Easy for a 10-year old like me!
Yes, sharks do not have bones in their skeleton but they have cartilageYes, sharks are fish with skeletal systems made from cartilage.
Sharks don't go through ossification because they don't have bones. Sharks are made up of thick cartilage, not bones like other fish.
Most fish have bones. Sharks and rays do not have bones but they do have bone-like structures that are made from cartilage.
Sharks belong to the vertebrate group of mammals. Sharks do not have bones, however. Their skeleton is made up of cartilage.