A shark is not considered a mammal. Sharks are considered members of the paraphyletic group of organisms that contain gills, or in other words, fish.
Whale sharks are the largest fish in the sea and are found in tropical waters that are both deep and shallow. Even though they are huge animals, their diet consists mostly of tiny organisms called plankton. They also eat krill, jellyfish, squid and smaller fish.
Whale sharks are the largest living fish, with a maximum weight of 34 tons and a maximum length of 67 feet. They are filter feeders equipped with special filter structures in their enlarged gills. They have a global distribution and migrate great distances but prefer to live and feed in warmer coast
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Blue sharks are known for their distinct coloring, which allows them to blend in with ocean water. From above, the water appears darker and camouflages the shark's dark blue back, while its white underside resembles the sunlit ocean surface when seen from below. As a pelagic species, blue sharks inh
A crab's habitat is the sand and the forest burrows depending on its species geographic range though pet crabs are often given sand, coral or Earth substrate for their habitat. Red crabs, blue crabs and horseshoe crabs live in the wild while hermit crabs can live in the wild or can be kept as pets.
Most horses are domesticated, but the small numbers of wild horses in the United States live on islands near the East Coast and in 10 Western states, including Oregon, California, Arizona and New Mexico. Approximately 55,000 wild horses live on about 34 million acres managed by the U.S. Bureau of La
Jellyfish are found in all of the Earth's oceans, including the very deep sea, as well as shallow saltwater lakes. Various jellyfish species have a wide range of living preferences, with some preferring arctic waters, and others preferring warmer tropical waters. There are animals called hydrozoans
Jellyfish can be found in oceans throughout the world, and some even live in saltwater lakes. In general, jellyfish prefer the warm temperatures of tropical waters, although there are a few species that dwell in cold or even frigid waters in the Arctic and Antarctic.
Blue whales are oceanic animals and have been seen in every ocean. In the Northern Hemisphere, distinct populations exist near Iceland, California and in the region between Newfoundland and Greenland. In the Southern Hemisphere, the whales are often sighted in the Antarctic, and near Australia and N