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Transcript of Sharks
The goblin shark is rarely seen it is a slow swimming shark.
The Goblin Sharks snout is quite unusual; it is long, flat, and very pointed. The jaw can protrude during eating, giving the goblin a very unusual look.
Great White Sharks
The Galapagos Shark is similar to a Great reef Shark but with a rounder head and thicker body towards the tail area is difficult to identify.
The Goblin shark eats fish both large and small) including other sharks and rays. They also eat squid and crustaceans (like crabs)
Length: 400-520 cm (Adult)
400-500cm (Adult female)
350-400 (Adult male)
Mass: 680-1100kg (Adult)
About 11 feet (3.3 m) long.
Cool Facts: The goblin shark is a rare, poorly understood species of deep-sea shark. Sometimes called a "living fossil", They don't like to be exposed to the sunlight so they are sometimes referred to as vampire sharks.
Their is 14 tooth rows range 13-15 on either side of both jaws on the Galapagos shark.
great white shark has 300 teeth, and they're arranged in up to seven rows
Galapagos sharks commonly get up to 9.8 ft. long the maximum length is 11ft. long.
Depending the season, area, and age,the will eat seals, sealions, fish ,squids,and even other sharks.
The primary food of Galapagos sharks are benthic bony fishes (including eels, sea bass, flatfish, flatheads, and triggerfish) and octopuses.
Diet and feeding habits
The Galapagos shark is found mainly off tropical oceanic islands.
Very aggressive and swims in schools!