A fish is made of scales, bones, blood, intestines, etc. Basically the same way we are created, but we are 75% water, and fish have are not. If you really want to see what a fish is made of, Google "Fish Chart" in the Pictures section.
Different species of sharks exhibit different birthing styles. Some are Oviparous (egg layers), some are Ovoviviparous (eggs develop inside the mother and then the mother gives live birth but doesnt give nourishment to the babies via a placenta), and some are viviparous (live birth with placental nourishment)
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years ago many whales and sharks were in the gulf around Venice because they were feeding on the fish, as years went on they died and sank to the bottom of the ocean and when waves come the teeth fall out and wash to shore. I live in Venice and have a private beach to find giant or small teeth but a hot spot for finding is caspesrsen, where I went today and found a 1inch megladon tooth a a 1 inch Mako tooth. After storms around the gulf the teeth get stirred up and brought to shore. After a storm the ocean will be rough and wavy but when it settles the shark teeth settle to!40 to 50 years ago teeth were more plentiful then they are now but they are still out there! Divers about 2 miles off the coast can find 5 to 6 inch teeth. Megladon teeth are large unless, like mine, they are a "juvenile" magladon tooth which can size a lot smaller. An easy way to find shark teeth is to use a sand rake( but be careful with them they rust easily) to sift through sand and find cool shells and shark teeth. Another way is to put on a mask and look underwater about a quarter mile or more of shore but u can find them by just scooping up odd shapes piled of sand That will most likely have something in it. Hope this helps!, Jamiegirl
It happened on October 31, 2003.
none it weighs 6grams
pink kind of gray
because they were afraid
youre proably more likely to get killed by a shark than lightining
A fish is an animal therefore it can be classified as both.
Yes. Unborn sharks too indulge in intrauterine cannibalism (stronger unborn pups eating their weaker womb-mates). As a result, not all baby sharks that get formed inside the mother, dont live long enough to come out of the mother shark. Great Whites are one of the very few species where baby sharks exhibit this kind of behavior
Whale Sharks can have a life span over 100 years :)
No. Yabbies are omnivourous scavengers. They are opportunistic feeders and eat whatever they can find be it dead or alive. Insect larvae/fish other smaller crustacea, rotting plants, fruits etc can all be eaten by Yabbies.
Because sharks are cold blooded, have fins like fish, have gills like fish, they are fish. But they are in a group of fishes called cartilaginous fishes. Because they have cartilage and most fish don't, they are in the same category as stingrays who are also fish.-Rebecca J. Helms, animal expert
backwards or upside down
Shark finning mostly happens in Costa Rica where they use the funs as soup. And the shark fin soup is a sign of wealth. And we should stop this.
yes they do
No, sharks do not live in Scotland but they do inhabit the waters that surround the country.
A black tip reef shark is called a black tip reef shark because its fin and tail has black markings on the top.
Endothermic is the scientific term for warm blooded. Exothermic is the scientific term for cold blooded. Although the word "fish" is part of the name fish eagle and most fish are exothermic, fish eagles are birds and not, of course, fish. They are called "fish" eagles because fish are their staple diet. All modern birds are endothermic.
You are aggressive.
they usually swim on their own but they sometimes swim in a group which is about 3