What kind of waters can you find the hammerhead shark in?
Tropical waters anywhere from as far north as the coast of Maine to as far south as the coast of Peru. They tend to flow with the seasons traveling North in the Atlantic during the summer and south during the winter. They prefer to be in warmer water.
The hammerhead shark is one of the highly interesting shark species because of the unique shape and structure of its head. The hammer-shaped part of the head is scientifically referred to as cephalofoil. This particular part of its body is used for prey manipulation, maneuvering and sensory reception. This particular kind of shark lives in continental shelves and along coastlines where the waters are warmer. Aside from these interesting facts, it is also nice to…
Hammerhead Sharks are carnivorous predators. Their diet includes fish, squid, Octopus, Crustaceans and Sting Rays. Sting Rays are one of the hammerheads favorite prey species. Large Hammerhead species esp. the "Great Hammerhead" is known to feed on other hammerhead species as well. Hammerheads are also cannibalistic, they eat their own young ones.
yes, but there very hard to find. i mean like, they sell shark fin soup and hammerheads are a type of fin soup of different sharks. but the cost might be around $100- $1000 just on the kind of shark it is. and it is amazingly good. wel, i have not eaten it buts its been heard. sooo yeah, expensive right? haha, :)