What are the natural predators for scalloped hammerhead sharks?
most likely other bigger 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.
The nine known species of hammerhead sharks are found worldwide in the warmer waters along coastlines and continental shelves, per the Wikipedia link listed below. The great hammerhead and the scalloped hammerhead sharks have been IUCN Red-listed as endangered since 2008, and the smalleye hammerhead is listed as vulnerable, all of these resulting from over-fishing.
There are 9. All 9 species of the hammerhead belong in the family Sphyrnidae and the genus Sphyrna. The 9 species of hammerheads are scientifically known as S. zygaena (smooth hammerhead), S. lewini (scalloped hammerhead), S. mokarran (great hammerhead), S. couardi, S. tiburo (which consists of S. tiburo tiburo and S. tiburo vespertina and are also known as bonnetheads or shovelheads), S. media, S. corona, S. blochii, and S. tudes. SCIENTIFIC NAME COMMON NAME Sphyrna…