It is on this note that the dwarf lantern shark (Etmopterus perryi), takes home the title. It is the smallest species of the seven discovered lantern sharks
Sharks can have as many as 3000 teeth at once. Sharks like the great white shark have approximately 50 teeth, but they have multiple rows of teeth…
This depends on the great white shark and the swimming speed. Thus, a great white shark can swim about 50 miles (80.4km) in a day.
Surely every living thing that has a digestive system always finds a way to excrete waste products from the body.
Yes, sharks have skeletons to support and give them shape. However, the sharks’ skeleton isn’t made up of bones like that of humans, it is made of cartilages and that’s why they are called Cartilaginous Fish.
Saltwater sharks actively gulp down water while freshwater sharks absorb water through their gills and skins or when swallowing their food.
No! Sharks don’t have lungs so they don’t breathe air. They extract oxygen from the water surrounding them through their gills.
This title goes to the whale shark. The maximum range of length of the whale shark runs between 40 – 62 feet. And, it can weigh up to 60,000 pounds.
No! Sharks don’t have fur. Sharks’ bodies are covered with tough scales. The scales enabled them to swim quietly and efficiently.
There are several recorded shark attacks on humans in the United States and Australia. However, the United States has the record of most…