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The great white shark's habitat is the ocean, particularly the coastal and cool water areas, reports National Geographic. The great white shark is on the endangered species list despite its prowess in the ocean, because fisherman have accidentally caught several in gill...

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Sharks have adapted to their habitat by having streamlined, hydrodynamic bodies. Their skeletons aren't made of bone like other fish but cartilage. This makes their skeletons lighter and more flexible.

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Sharks are fish, but they belong to the group called Chondrichthyes, or cartilaginous fish, which is a different scientific group than most types of fish. Common fish, such as tuna or salmon, all belong to the group Osteichthyes. The distinction is based upon the makeup...

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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.

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Dogs are domesticated animals that generally live in the same habitats as humans. However, wild dogs live out in the open and sleep under trees where they can keep an eye on their surroundings.

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Several types of habitats are found in the world, including forests, meadows or fields, thickets, marshes, ponds, forest streams, rivers, forest edges, flower gardens and even neighborhood streets. A habitat is a place where any organism or biological population lives o...

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Cats known as black panthers live all around the world, from Central America and South America to Asia. They can live in a variety of different habitats, such as forests, rainforests, grasslands, scrublands and swamps.