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www.nhm.ac.uk/discover/do-sharks-lay-eggs.html

There are over 500 species of shark living in waters around the world and the majority give birth to live young. The remainder are oviparous, meaning they lay ...

www.finsunited.co.nz/bite-blog/how-sharks-mate

Feb 13, 2017 ... Shark mating is anything but lovey-dovey. On top of the female being held by the male shark by his teeth (either on a pectoral fin or on her body), ...

ocean.si.edu/ocean-life/sharks-rays/sharks

Apr 30, 2018 ... There are more than 500 species of sharks swimming in the world's ... head from the open ocean to the shore where they mate and breed.

seaworld.org/animals/all-about/sharks-and-rays/reproduction

A milestone for shark breeding occurred at SeaWorld Orlando in 1995 when brown shark pups were conceived and born in the main aquarium. This was the first ...

www.uq.edu.au/news/article/2020/12/study-estimates-200-plus-white-sharks-breed-each-year

Dec 23, 2020 ... A study on the vulnerable white shark has shown that approximately 206 to 252 sharks breed on Australia's east coast each year.

www.fishkeepingworld.com/freshwater-sharks

Sep 14, 2020 ... Pacus. Breeding. Because the Iridescent Shark migrates during the spawning season, it is impossible to breed these sharks in captivity, so don't ...

portcitydaily.com/story/2018/06/25/researchers-think-north-carolina-waters-could-be-breeding-grounds-for-sand-tiger-sharks

Jun 25, 2018 ... Researchers think North Carolina waters could be breeding grounds for sand tiger sharks. There are more than 400 different shark species in the ...

www.hakaimagazine.com/news/sharks-come-home-to-lay

Aug 29, 2019 ... We know that live-bearing female sharks return to their own specific birthplace to breed and now it looks like egg-laying species are doing the ...

pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/12204125

Surprisingly little is known about the reproductive behaviour and breeding biology of most shark species, especially in natural populations. Here, we ...

www.theaquariumguide.com/articles/bala-shark

If your preference is a fish that minds its own business, Bala Shark will be the most ideal choice for you, also referred to as the Silver Shark.