Sharks-The Scary Fellows of the Seas <br />By E.S<br />
Table Of Contents <br />Chapter 1: Introdution<br /> Chapter 2: What is a shark ?<br /> Chapter 3: Where do sharks live?<br /> Chapter 4 : What do sharks eat ?<br /> Chapter 5: Diagram of a shark<br /> Chapter 6: Types of sharks<br /> Chapter 7: Video of shark<br /> Chapter 8: Index<br /> Chapter 9: Fun Facts<br />
Introduction <br />Hi , today I’m going to teach you about sharks. In presentation I’m show what shark is , how they live , eat. I’m also going to tell types and fun facts. I hope you like it. <br />
What is shark ?<br />Sharks are amazing fish that have been around since long before the dinosaurs existed. They live in waters all over the world, in every ocean, and even in some rivers and lakes. Unlike bony fish, sharks have no bones; their skeleton is made of cartilage, which is a tough, fibrous substance, not nearly as hard as bone. Sharks also have no swim bladder.<br />
Where do sharks live ?<br />Sharks live in every ocean of the world – from the Arctic to the Antarctic. They are also seen in some rivers and lakes. Worldwide, there are approximately 368 species of sharks and at least 12 of them are found in the waters of British Columbia.<br />
Where do sharks eat ?<br />Young great white sharks eat fish, rays, and other sharks. Adults eat larger prey, including sea lions and seals small toothed whales like belugas, otters, and sea turtles. They also eat carrion (dead animals that they have found floating dead in the water). Young great white sharks eat fish, rays, and other sharks. <br />
Fun Facts<br />The Swell Shark, found in New Zealand, barks like a dog.<br />A shark’s skin is covered with denticles, which are small, razor-sharp teeth. Denticles can be removed from a shark’s body. After the small teeth are removed, the remaining skin can be made into very strong leather. A pair of shoes made from shark leather can last up to four times longer than shoes made with cowhide. <br />
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