What species of sharks are there?
Great White Shark, Hammer Head Shark, dusk shark, bull shark, blue shark, dog shark, mako shark, whitetip reef shark, reef shark, blacktip reef shark, bull shark, tiger shark ETC
It depends on the species of the sharks.
great white sharks
There are about 340 species of sharks on the Great Barrier Reef.
There are three species of sharks known to eat starfish. These sharks are the Nurse sharks, Horn sharks and Port Jackson sharks.
approximately 400 described species of sharks, however new species are being described all the time. In addition, there are around 400 species of rays, a close relative of sharks.
Sharks are fish, of the class chondrichthyes, subclass elasmobranchii and the Superorder selachimorpha. There are about 440 species of sharks.
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The species is chradronit charcarcious is a blind sharks species
There are more than 301 species of sharks.
Lizards, Humans, and other species of sharks.
No sharks only live in aquariums as they are an endangered species
the mothers eat the children, but this is not in every species of sharks
If there were no sharks then the species of fish that sharks feed on would thrive
Some species do but other sharks species do not as they can pump water over their gills when stationary.
There are no alive species of sharks in morocco, but there are many shark fossils.
no onley whales they can keep sharks in aqueriams
No, thresher sharks aren't endangered.
Sharks are invasive aquatic species. Sharks are only capable of living in water, and are predatory animals. Invasive species of animals are animals that have vertebrae and bones.
the difference is that they are two completely different species..sharks are sharks and whales are whales
many Shark species are endangered but Sharks aren't mammals. Sharks are fish.
yes,but the shortfin mako shark is a species of mako sharks
i have no clue which species live in lakes
In the seas around greece, yes. Yes. In Greece living 35 species of sharks. On the site in the related links below you can see all the species of sharks that living in Greece.
Sharks will eat one another all the time, especially if there is blood in the water and a feeding frenzy. Tiger sharks (for example) will eat hammerheads, makos and other tiger sharks. A shark has one rule; eat and don't get eaten. Sharks will eat sharks of their own species and other species of sharks as well.
About 60% of sharks give live birth. Some species that do are Bull sharks and great white sharks.
Most species of sharks have 2 rows, but not all.
Whale Sharks are Sharks, but big as some whales.
There is no such species as a "killer shark". All sharks are carnivorous predators.
It is the species Also because the have a live birth
Then sharks will become extinct. That's why fishing is a big deal.
Yes, some species can. Very few can. Bull sharks and Lemon sharks both can.
No they don't attack each other.They are in a whole family.If they do attack each other,that means they are not friends or a member from the family. Incorrect, there are sharks that attack other sharks, whether within a species or between species, it does happen.
Species = Sphryna lewini. Genus = Sphryna.
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humans and sharks
it depends on the species they are
It depends on the species
Rarely and not dangerous species.
Yes, there are sharks in Hawkesbury river, namely bull sharks, a very dangerous species for swimmers and divers.
They eat sub species like plankton, And it is called a megamouth shark.
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sharks have changed overtime. the reason species evolve is because they need to adapt to their environment. thts why there are different species of shsrks
Some species of sharks lay eggs that are in egg cases and other species have live births. The newborns are typically anywhere from 2-6 feet long depending on the species.
Fairly. Not as much as bull sharks, but still a very dangerous species.
No. There are several species of sharks that can hurt and kill people, should they get that idea.
Whale sharks are a species of shark, and therefore are a type of fish.
Sharks are a marine species and therefore are not found in lakes.
Yes. There are some species that are around all the time including leopard sharks as well as Sevengill sharks. Other species are known to frequent or stop by on occassion depending on weather and current patterns.
Sharks love to eat fish, large seals, plankton and even other sharks! Different species of sharks feed on different types of food.