cookie cutter sharks...very slowly.
Cookie cutter sharks don't hear
YES COOKIE CUTTER SHARKS DO SEE OTHERS, how else would they mate if they couldn't see eachother!
The cookie cutter shark's enemy is the whale.
They are tooo darn big, the cookie cutter shark eats a cookie sized hole from the whale but that's all.
They are called cookie cutter sharks because About 100-90 years ago, a submarine was in the water and then when they came back, there was a bite mark that literally looked like a baker took a cookie cutter and put it in the sub! But what it really was, was a cookie cutter shark. What really happened, was that since the sharks diet is whale, the cookie cutter though that the sub was a whale, and took a bite, and then realised that it wasn't a whale and left it so that's how it happened!
Cookie Cutter Sharks May Lay Eggs But Sometimes They do Try other Questions at Somewhere Else
No. Not really. Cookie cutter sharks eat whales, so they won't mistake humans for a whale. And cookie cutters are one of the smallest sharks, so they won't be a threat.
sharks and whales....
They are about 13 inches
the cookie cutter shark lives in the deep ocean with many other sharks which can help feed itself
Shark babies are called pups.
the cookie cutter shark and the other sharks
pacific and atlantic ocean
The average lifespan of a cookie cutter shark is currently unknown. Research is currently being conducted to help determine that.
Cookie-cutter sharks are found in tropical waters, and Hawaii is no exception. I have seen these sharks' signatures on the sides of monk seals, and a friend tells me she has seen them on tunas at fish auctions.
spinner dolphins enemies are cookie cutter sharks the spinner dolphins try to get away but they can't and the cookie cutter sharks take a bite out of the spinner dolphin's tail and the bite is a shape of a cookie and the spinner dolphin can't heal.