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Hinal Patel

on 2 June 2015

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Transcript of sharks

Subject page 3
Description page 4
Eating Habits page 5
Breeding page 6
Environment page 7
Problems and Solutions page 8
References page 9

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My animals name is a shark. A sharks ' scientific name is Selachimorpha. I chose this animal because I like how it eats other fish. Some sharks' hunt in the evening while others sharks' are migrating to feed and breed. Some sharks' surprise their prey. The Whale shark filters its mouth with water. They also filter plankton and krill.
Sharks' eat things like fish, crustaceans, mollusks, marine mammals, and other sharks'. Sharks' have good sense of smell. Sharks' can detect blood from miles away.
Sharks' reach reproductive age any where from 12-15 years. Sharks can give birth to one or two pups at a time, means that sharks' have great difficulty recovering. Soon after birth, the pups go off on their own. They have grown a full set of teeth and are able to fend themselves.
Sharks' live in North America, South America, Europe, Africa, Middle East, Asia, Australia, Arctic, and Antarctica. Sharks' live either in deep water or near the shore. Some sharks' live in salt water. Some live in fresh, and brackish waters too.
Jigar Patel
Mrs. McCandless
May 29, 2015

This animal is a fish because it has gills and doesn't need oxygen to breath in or out. A Great White Shark is a grayish, blueish color on the top and white on the bottom. It weighs about 1,500-2,400 pounds. The length of it is 22 feet. The smallest shark is about 7-8 inches. The largest shark is about 50 feet. A sharks' skin is very soft.



One problem is that people hunt for sharks'. They want the fins of the shark. They want the fins because they want to make an Asian delecacy soup. That is called Shark finning. Another problem is that sharks accidentally get caught in fishing nets. That is called Bycatch. The estimated current population is about less than 1,000 sharks. The steps that have been taken to protect sharks' are that you can adopt a shark.Aonther one is that you can work and stop this brutal actions. Another one is that you can take care of many sharks by feeding them. You can even stop shark finning by trying to fish where the sharks' aren't.
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