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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.fisheries.noaa.gov/feature-story/eight-surprising-shark-facts

1. Some sharks have belly buttons. Many sharks are viviparous, meaning they give birth to live young. Like all sharks, species such as blue, bull, and hammerhead sharks rely at first on a yolk sac for nutrition. But they also develop a placental connection similar to a mammal’s umbilical cord.

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.

www.georgiaaquarium.org/sharks

Sharks are losing their habitats due to man-made events such as oil spills, pollution, chemical waste, trawling fishing nets, and destruction of reefs—just to name a few. Marine pollution An estimated 8 million metric tons of plastic trash enter the ocean every year and the World Economic Forum predicts that by 2050 there may be more plastic ...

www.treehugger.com/bull-shark-facts-5073755

Bull sharks often gravitate toward shallow water. Rainervon Brandis / Getty Images. While most sharks are limited to marine habitats, bull sharks can live for long periods and even reproduce in ...

www.conservation.org/act/shark-facts

5 Facts about sharks Raise awareness for why people need sharks. For 400 million years, sharks have roamed every ocean on Earth. Few species have thrived on our planet for as long — and fewer have been so misunderstood. The truth is that these mysterious, magnificent hunters are essential to the balance of marine ecosystems, help boost local ...

fish.factsdiet.com/shark/tope-shark

Tope Shark Facts: The tope shark has the various common names such as School shark, soupfin shark, and oil shark. The maximum size of the sharks can up to 6 ft and 100 lbs while in some location, it hardly reaches 20-30 lbs. These are mostly found in the temperate water. Tope shark can often saw on the coastal areas in the western countries.

www.extinctanimals.org/megalodon.htm

The Megalodon was the world’s biggest shark and the largest fish to have ever existed. Their evolution is thought to have taken place during the time the baleen and the tooth whales were diversifying. These giant sharks lived approximately 23 to 2.6 mya, which means, they ruled the seas for more than 20 million years. […]

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.