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Shark Trivia 5th Grade   Web
Shark Trivia 5th Grade   Web
Shark Trivia 5th Grade   Web
Shark Trivia 5th Grade   Web
Shark Trivia 5th Grade   Web
Shark Trivia 5th Grade   Web
Shark Trivia 5th Grade   Web
Shark Trivia 5th Grade   Web
Shark Trivia 5th Grade   Web
Shark Trivia 5th Grade   Web
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  • 1. Shark Trivia
  • 2. Are sharks “Mindless Eating Machines”? No! • 80 % of sharks are unable to hurt people • Sharks aren’t attracted to human blood • When shark attacks happen, it is usually because they mistake a human for a seal or some other food source
  • 3. What is the Biggest Shark? A. Mako Shark C. B. Great White Shark C. Whale Shark D. Basking Shark
  • 4. Which animal kills more humans every year, sharks or hippos? Hippos! • There are about 5 deaths worldwide each year due to sharks. • Hippos cause more deaths each year than any other African animal, possibly up to 200.
  • 5. What is the Fastest Shark? A. Mako Shark A. B. Great White Shark C. Hammerhead Shark D. Thresher Shark
  • 6. Sharks are hunted just to use their fins. Yes! • “Finning” is a practice where sharks are caught, their fins are cut off, and the rest of the body is thrown back into the ocean. • Shark fins are used to make Shark Fin Soup, a delicacy in Asian cultures.
  • 7. What Shark Has the Longest Tail? A. Thresher Shark A. B. Swell Shark C. Frill Shark D. Tiger Shark
  • 8. We would be better if all the sharks were gone. No! • Sharks are a “top predator” in the ocean. Without them, the whole ocean food chain would collapse. This would lead to the loss of fish humans like to eat, as well as a reduction in our air quality.
  • 9. What you can do to help... • Don’t buy shark products. • Learn more about sharks and then tell others! • Don’t litter! The trash might end up in the ocean and kill sharks. • Find a way to get involved! You can adopt a shark at www.adoptashark.com.
  • 10. Many Thanks To... • Iemanya.org • Dr. Salvador Jorgenson Stanford University/Monterey Bay Aquarium • iwuenkeredyourmom.com • And…Mom!

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