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Sharks

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Charles Herndon

on 4 February 2014

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This is the most well known shark in the world
Different Breeds
There are many different breeds of sharks.
Mako Shark
The short fin mako is the fastest shark in the ocean, going up 60 miles per hour.
Frilled Shark
The frilled shark is also known as the "living fossil", because it has been around for millions of years.
Tiger Shark
Tiger sharks are known as the "wastebaskets of the sea" because of their ability to eat almost anything, such as license plates and rubber tires.
Greenland Shark
These elusive sharks live in waters near Greenland and in the North Atlantic.
Lemon Shark
Sharks
Great White Shark
Any of numerous chiefly marine carnivorous fishes of the class Chondrichthyes, which are sometimes large and voracious and have a streamlined torpedolike body, five to seven gill openings on each side of the head, a large oil-filled liver, a cartilaginous skeleton, and tough skin covered with small toothlike scales.
Here are some of the most popular breeds and my personal favorites.
Great Whites hunt by swimming straight up and launching themselves out of the water, catching seals and other prey in their mouths.
Though the frilled shark may be going extinct because of professional fishermen.
Goblin Shark
These sharks' jaws are suspended by ligaments and cartilage instead of being fused to the skull. This allows the jaw to drop down and shoot forward.
These sharks have parasitic cope pods that live in the sharks eyes and feed on corneal tissue. While the sharks do suffer some damage, the parasites are bio luminescent. This means that the parasites glow, which can attract prey for the shark.
These sharks are a yellow color and have white on their bellies. Their coloring is very distinctive and won’t be mixed up with other species of sharks.
Some people laugh at the name "Lemon Shark" until they see this small, but fierce shark
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