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    Everything about sharks Splash! The shark comes out the water and comes back down. Sharks are animals that are endangered and they are protected. They live in some places in south Africa, Australia, and both coasts of the united states of america. Sharks are 15 to 17 feet long and longer than a pick up truck and sharks can survive in their ocean habitat because their adaptations. Did you know that the great white sharks are the biggest sharks in the world? Big whites grow 15 to 17 feet long…

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    Research Paper On Sharks

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    bathtub than from a shark attack. Yet, people still think sharks are frightening and vicious killers. Sharks main prey are not humans, they usually eat smaller sea creatures. It is more likely for a swimmer to be struck by lightning than attacked by a shark. Many shark attacks that occur on a human are accidental. Sharks are not vicious killers as portrayed in the movies like Jaws. Most people are afraid of sharks because they think that sharks eat humans. In reality, most sharks are…

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    Shark Tank Swot Analysis

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    In season 9, episode 5 of Shark Tank, the sharks (investors) are faced with many important decisions that can make or break the businesses for these four companies whose businesses range anywhere from clothing to home improvement. The first entrepreneurs that came on the show was Eric Huang and Steven Mazur with the company “Ash & Anvil” out of Detroit, Michigan. Their clothing line is a brand made especially for “short” men. While making their pitch to the sharks, Steven said “one in three…

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    Sharks: To Kill or Not To Kill According to www.iflscience.com, 100,000,000 sharks are killed each year by humans; however, this is a conservative number. Scientists actually believe that 273,000,000 sharks are killed by humans in one year. In comparison, only five people are killed by sharks per year. The reasons for this injustice are often petty and selfish. Most sharks are killed for their fins which can be made into a soup. Others are killed for souvenirs and jewelry or simply…

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    probably heard of the Great White Shark and the Bull Shark. They are some of the scariest ocean predators. These two are in some ways similar, but they are very different, too. You will want to know how to tell the difference between the Great White and the Bull shark. To tell these two sharks apart, just see how different and similar they really are. There are some similarities between the two sharks like color, appetite, migration, and where they live. The sharks are similar in their…

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    Shark Week: A Short Story

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    the Gulf of Mexico. Towards the end of my summer vacation, I finally made the courageous decision to take a daring banana boat ride. Most would say this is no big deal, but most haven’t binge watched a full week of the most terrifying week of all; Shark Week. Stomach churning, palms sweating, I climbed aboard the not so terrifying banana. There was a young dread-head driver that seemed to have not a care in the world, therefore my friends told the driver to show no mercy. Before I could…

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    Atlantic Ocean, lives a shark. A shark with the potential to save lives. The Dogfish Shark. In 1993 it was discovered by Dr. Michael Zasloff, P.h.D, that inside the dogfish sharks uncharacteristically large liver, is the answer to the question scientists have been asking for centuries; Why do sharks have such effective immune systems. The answer to that question is squalamine, the could be cure. Squalamine is a chemical compound found in dogfish sharks that affect sharks, humans, and medical…

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    Should shark hunting be banned earn a huge attention to the society?In my suggestion, I think shark hunting should be banned.Normally, the fisher hunt the shark is for their fin.Then, plenty shark fin has been cut and after it has been cut the shark will drown.Many sharks died because of this and this affects the marine ecosystem.I think this action is unfair to shark.Also,after you finish reading this research essay,more than 1500 sharks will be killed。That’s mean every 5 second there are a…

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    Great White Sharks

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    of blood in 25 gallons of water. The second biggest predatory fish in the ocean after the Killer Whale. The Great White Shark might be one of the most feared animals in the ocean and the world. Although it is said that the U.S and Australia are the most shark infested countries in the world Great Whites are of course found in other parts of the world as well. Great White Sharks are found in different parts of the world like Mexico, California, South Africa, and Australia. In Mexico places…

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    Tiger Shark Structure

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    Relationship and general systematics Tiger Shark belongs to the class of cartilaginous fish. Unique to the cartilaginous fish is that their skeleton and the structure is made of cartilage instead of bone. That is, cartilaginous fish such as tiger shark has a very rapid regrowth of lost tissue or whole body parts of their endoskeleton. Tiger shark belonging to the genus Galeocerdo. The genus has lived since the Eocene period, which lasted for about 56-34 million years ago. The genus has always…

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