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Sharks Project

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Tyreke Madriz-Jinks

on 1 June 2013

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Transcript of Sharks Project

MATING & BREEDING * Sharks migrate to breeding waters to find a mate. Males and females live in different parts of the ocean. The males chase females and bite them to make them mate. Some females can store the sperm until she is ready to have pups SHARK FACTS * They see in color and their eyes are 10 times more sensitive than humans. SHARKS BODIES TEETH, SKIN & OIL * Sharks teeth stay sharp because
they're constantly replaced. The
teeth are lined up in a row and
move forward to replace damaged
teeth. EAT, PREY, ATTACK * Their bodies are covered with pores that work like sensors. They have a sixth sense that can detect the electricity the other living things generates. THEY BECOME PREY * Orca whales prey on sharks.
They are the only animal that
eat sharks. Sharks get away
with their speed. by Tyreke Madriz-Jinks JAWS 21ST CENTURY Sharks don't have bones, their bodies are made of cartilage which helps their bodies to be more flexible * Sharks dive 20 times deeper than dolphins and 4 times deeper than sperm whales. * Sharks use their nostrils to smell just like we do. The water flows through the nostril bringing in different smells. * Sharks were the first creatures
to give birth to live young.
Most sharks give birth in the
open ocean. * Shallow water and bottom living
sharks lay eggs. * Baby sharks are called pups
and they're on their own
as soon as they are born. * Sharks have teeth to match the type of food they eat. * Some shark skins have a powerful antibiotic. * Shark liver oil contains 10 times more Vitamin A than cod liver oil. * Sharks rarely suffer from cancer. * Jelly filled pores on sharks snouts let it pick up the weakest signals even a heartbeat. * Some sharks are scavengers. They eat any leftovers laying around. * Most sharks eat fish, squid, clams, crabs and oysters. * Sharks digest their food slowly and can go days without eating. When they are hungry and can't find food they regurgitate the food and eat it again. * Sharks like biting on everything
to see if it is edible. They have
mistaken seals for surfers. In 2012
The International Shark Attack File
(ISAF) investigated 118 alleged
incidents of shark-human
interaction occurring worldwide. * Sharks have regurgitated license plates, milk crates and 200 years ago a LIVE sailor * Shark killing use to be a sport.
They had to cut their heads off
to take out the jaws. * They are hunted for
their fins to make
shark fin soup. * They have used
shark oils to cure
illnesses and
make cosmetics Their streamline bodies, fin position and
tail design help the shark to accelerate
and speed swim
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