Sharks

Jeremiah

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Easiest shark to study  The lemon head shark is the easiest type of shark to study. Because, they don’t fight back and you can be in a cage and they won’t bite unless they are threatened or if they are eating

   How to track a shark   If, you want to track a shark you have to put a memory stick in them and to do that you have to catch the certain shark. Then, you do whatever you want to track the certain shark for.  Finally, you open its mouth and drop the memory stick duo in and you track it and you can see where it goes and where it travels in the ocean.  If, you want to track a shark you have to put a memory stick in them and to do that you have to catch the certain shark. Then, you do whatever you want to track the certain shark for.  Finally, you open its mouth and drop the memory stick duo in and you track it and you can see where it goes and where it travels in the ocean.to share it with, and even how long it lives.

             Teeth  Shark continually loose teeth when the front ones ware out they are replaced by new ones growing in another row behind them. An individual shark goes through thousands of teeth in a lifetime.   


,          Teeth    Most, animals like elephants and seals, cannot be replaced and those animals die when their teeth come out.  As a shark grows, its teeth are larger when replaced. Sharks teeth in many different sizes according to what they eat. Teeth with spikes can be used for gripping small prey. Serrated teeth are used for cutting the prey open. Long, curved teeth hold very slippery fish. Blunt teeth crunch up shell fish for sharks. A few species of shark, like the basking and whale shark, have tiny teeth compared to their great size. They do not use their teeth to feed they filter food out of water instead. Some sharks produce different shaped teeth as they grow older.       Sharks and their senses  Sharks have the same five senses as people they can see Hear, smell, taste, and touch. There is also a sixth sense that allows them to detect weak electrical signals generated by their prey. This electro-sense may also help them navigate on their journeys into the sea. The underwater world is much different than people life. Light levels decrease with depth, and colors fade blue. Sound Travels five times faster in water. Oder is dissolved in water, not whiffed into the air like air. Sharks can detect vibrations by animals moving in the water giving them the sense called, “ Distant touch” and they also have many different senses like us humans who to share it with, and even how long it lives. So what are