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    Sharks are the definition of evil in a vast amount of a human's eyes. Because most do not know the facts, most will not face their fears. People with a serious fear of sharks have what is called galeophobia(Surfer Today) ,which makes one who easily builds up with anxiety terrified, such as glancing at a writing form like this.(Penberthy). Humanity has ruined everyone's perspective on sharks by hiding the truth so they will think badly of them because what sharks have done in the past. Humans…

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    Shark-Personal Narrative

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    you had made up my mind. As you waded into the warm azure water, you began to worry. “What if a shark comes” “are my family still in the boat?” you pushed these worries out of your mind and dove in. the water was warm, and that was a good thing, there was a cold wind standing on the beach. The boat was about a hundred feet out in somewhat deep water, maybe 20 feet. Around the boat there was an oil slick “I’ll have to dive under that” you though as you approached. Suddenly, a great shadow loomed…

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    Thesis Of Shark Culling

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    Shark Culling Specific Purpose Statement: To explore the topic of shark culling, specifically finning sharks and shark bans in relation to its environmental, economic and cultural impact on the surrounding communities. Thesis: After being educated on the measures being taken to end shark culling, I would like to explore the culture, economic affect and shark prevention programs to better understand the impact that all of the policies create in their respective environments. Introduction…

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    Sharks are pretty majestic creatures in the ocean. Now others might think they are dangerous and not needed. To be truly honest they are very important, their role is to help maintain populations of other sea creatures. They are like predators but just in the water not land animals. Now I know a lot of people don’t know what is happening to sharks today. Sharks are actually being killed by the thousands, by a cruel and inhumane act called shark finning. We can’t really understand the effects…

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    Essay On Frilled Shark

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    The frilled shark is a mysterious creature which lives in some of the deepest waters of our oceans. Not many people know about them, well, because they don't come into human contact very often. Here are more facts about these marine animals that most people don't know. Number Eight: It Wasn't Seen Alive Until Recently For a good number of years now, the frilled shark has only been seen by humans as their dead bodies have washed onto the shore. In 2004, however, this all changed. It was seen…

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    What do you think of when you hear the word shark? Maybe scary, dangerous, creepy or even deadly. Some people's biggest fear is getting attacked by a shark, but they don’t know how to stay safe! Is this you? Do you want to know how to become shark aware? If the answer to that question is yes, keep reading! Sharks do not hunt for you and I. If they do, it is because they have mistaken your identity, they may of thought you were a turtle, a sea lion or any other animals of their natural prey.…

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    A Shark Research Paper

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    Shark Research Paper Do you take the time to research sharks? If you did you would learn some interesting things about these creatures. Ocearch tagged many sharks, like Crystal, so society could learn about different sharks. If people knew that a shark could benefit them, they would probably help protect them. Sharks such as Tiger sharks, are amazing creatures, and have many interesting features. For example, tiger sharks eat a variety of foods. For instance, they are like garbage…

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    In the year 1828 the first whale shark was discovered by scientists. Whale sharks are the largest fish in the sea, measuring lengths of up to 40 feet long. That is about the size of a bus. Even though the largest whale shark in the world was 40 feet long scientists think that the species could grow even larger than that. Whale sharks are carnivores so t hey eat meat. That means that they have an giant menu of small sea creatures to choose from. Their favorite meals to eat are plankton, krill,…

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    Understanding the Brain Sometimes you have to tell yourself, “I am a shark” and attack the day - Coach Campaign Understanding the brain is something that many people might find quite complex, especially if you are comparing it to a sea animal. However, they are not as complex as we think, for example, sharks and humans share the same characteristics and structures of the brain. Both species have a cerebrum located superiorly to the body along…

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    Wow, I didn’t know how unique sharks are. Sharks have been around for millions of years. These predators are vastly different from the average predator. Great white sharks with their habitats, why they attack humans, and their diet and that is what makes these sharks so unique. Great white’s habitats is everywhere in the water they, so Great white sharks can be found most commonly found in New Smyrna Beach (in Florida), Hawaii, Southern Australia, and Western Australia. A typical great white…

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