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www.thesea.org/sharks/shark-habitat

The world’s seas and oceans can be taken for one huge shark habitat. Sharks are so resilient, so adaptable and they have so few predators that they have become widespread in all the salt waters of the world, what’s more, there are a few shark species that have colonized freshwater environments such as large rivers, lakes and estuaries, too.

www.shark.ch/Information/Habitat/index.html

Some sharks are so-called super-predators which means they have no natural enemies except parasites and pathogens. White sharks, tiger sharks, oceanic whitetip sharks, as well as ocean mammals such as killer whales and sperm whales belong to the oceans' so-called super-predators. Sharks play a key role as top predators.

www.sharksider.com/great-white-shark

Habitat. Although Great White Sharks love the coastal areas in all oceans from all over the world, they typically live on the outskirts of shore waters. Sometimes, they stray into the deep Ocean and are even found in depths of 1000 meters (3,280ft) or more! But their preferred water temperature is from 15C to 24C (59F to 75F), so most of the ...

science4fun.info/shark

Facts. Sharks need a constant water flow over their gills to extract oxygen for respiration. They need to constantly move with their mouth open. Even, they need to move in the ocean during sleep otherwise, they may drown. Bull shark has the ability to live in both fresh water and ocean. A great white shark grows about 50,000 teeth in its life time.

fish.factsdiet.com/shark

Shark Habitat: Sharks are easily adapted to the new conditions and environments that is the main reason they survived for a long time. The habitat of the shark depends on the species of the shark. Sharks are cold blooded and hard to find in the cold temperatures water.

inhabitat.com/10-fun-and-fascinating-facts-about-sharks

The megamouth shark was only discovered in 1976, and fewer than 100 of these rare sharks have ever been seen. It grows to an average of 16 feet , we think, and siphons plankton out of the water to ...

www.bioexpedition.com/shark

Sharks Facts and Information. Feeding, habitat, distribution, reproduction, anatomy and more. Facts about Great White Shark, Tiger Shark, Mako Shark, Hammerhead Shark and Others. Introduction to Sharks. Sharks are fascinating creatures that live in bodies of water, but they definitely get a bad reputation. Their large bodies, sharp teeth, and ...

animalcorner.org/animals/galapagos-hammerhead-shark

Hammerhead sharks are most common near Wolf Island and Darwin Islands in the north of the archipelago.Galapagos is one of the last remaining places where large schools of scalloped hammerhead sharks can be observed. They can be observed cruising over reefs and boulder-strewn slopes. There are 9 known species of Hammerhead sharks that range from 0.9 to 6 metres (3 to 20 feet) in length.

www.sharks-world.com

Facts about Great White Sharks, Tiger Sharks, Bull Sharks, Whale Sharks, Bull Shark, Hammerhead Shark, Mako Shark and more. Introduction to Sharks Sharks are a large group of fish that have inhabited the oceans for over 400 million years, even before dinosaurs populated our planet.

www.animalspot.net/bonnethead-shark.html

Interesting Facts. The shark’s generic name sphyrna is Greek for ‘hammer’ (as a reference to the shape of the shark’s head), and tiburo translates to ‘shark’ in the Taino language.; Bonnethead is the only shark species known to be omnivorous. These sharks must remain in motion at all times in order to survive since they would sink if they do not keep moving.