hammerhead sharks

The hammerhead shark's distinctive head gives it excellent binocular vision. Even though its eyes are set widely apart, their fields of vision overlap to a greater degree than those of pointy-nosed...



Great whites are the largest predatory fish on Earth. They grow to an average of 15 feet (4.6 meters) in length, though specimens exceeding 20 feet (6 meters) and weighing up to 5,000 pounds (2,268 kilograms) have been recorded.

Bullhead sharks

Bull sharks live in both the fresh water and salt water found around the world. They seem to be able to live just about anywhere that there is a deep body water with plenty of fish for them to consume. One of the main locations where they have been spotted is along the Mississippi River in the United States. They are also found around Nicaragua.The bull shark is classified as number three on the list of most dangerous sharks in the world when it comes to attacks on humans. They don’t move very fast but they are certainly able to tackle their prey due to their sheer strength. They are unpredictable and that is what makes them so dangerous.

Tiger Sharks

Tiger sharks live in tropical and subtropical oceans and sometimes in temperate waters. It is found sometimes in river estuaries and harbors.

MegaMouth Sharks

The megamouth shark is an extremely rare species of deepwater shark, and the smallest of the three planktivorous sharks, besides the whale shark and basking shark.

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2 years ago

pretty good dave who knew sharks could be soo intersting!!

2 years ago

The pictures are great and the text also, but use a few more tools!