There are 9 known species of Hammerhead Sharks and their size ranges from 0.9 to 6 meters (3 to 20 feet) in length. They weigh between 500 to 1000 pounds. They are usually light gray in color with a white belly. They can be distinctly recognized using their flat hammer like head. Hammerheads are one of the medium sized shark species.
a hammerhead shark is a brownish white
The average length of a hammerhead shark is 11 feet.
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The nine known species of hammerhead shark range from 3 Feet up to 20 Feet.
The great hammerhead shark, the winghead shark, and the scalloped shark are the three endangered species of hammerhead sharks, and the smalleye shark, another type of hammerhead shark, is on the vulnerable animal list.
Do not listen to anyone who says they can grow to be 32 feet long. Even the Great White Shark cannot grow to be that size. The average size for a hammerhead shark is 11.5 feet, but it really depends on its location and the species of hammerhead.
the hammerhead shark is different from the whale shark because a hammerhead has an hammer for a head and the hammerhead are mean, whale sharks are friendly.
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wheat are the behaviors of teh hammerhead shark
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the white shark is worse than the hammerhead shark
The Hammerhead shark gets its name because of it's unusual head, which is shaped like a hammer.
The hammerhead shark is common in tropical and temperate waters.
The sense that a hammerhead shark uses is their smell.
No, the hammerhead shark is a fish, a shark, not a mammal.
a hammerhead is much more weak than the great white and differ in size
The Hammerhead shark is not a mammal.
The hammerhead shark got its name from the shape of its head, called a cephalofoil. There is no such thing as a dumb shark.
No, the mako lacks the trademark cephaloafoil configuration of the hammerhead.
is the largest species of hammerhead shark ... it has a hammer for a head
A hammerhead shark is unique because its head looks like a big hammer. That's why it's called a hammerhead shark, of course!
a hammerhead shark catches it food by sneaking up on its pray.
A hammerhead Shark is a vertebrate, as it has a spine and an internal skeleton.