Facts about Zebra Sharks
Zebra sharks are one the most distinctively patterned, and calmest species of sharks. Read on to know more about these wonderful fish.
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Facts about Blue Sharks
The blue shark is a widespread shark species. This Buzzle article gives you some fascinating facts about the blue shark.
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Shark Body Parts
To understand the king of the ocean, you'd have to know everything about its anatomy and way of life. Let's take a look here at the shark body parts that make up the deadliest of fish in the ocean...
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Life Cycle of Sharks
Sharks have been the most feared and wild marine creatures. These animals have been prowling in the oceans for around 400 million years and have evolved into 440 different species. Sharks are known to live for many years. So, let's...
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Mako Shark Facts
Do you know that the top swimming speed of mako shark reaches 46 miles per hour and it leaps to about 9 m from the sea surface? This article some super interesting mako shark facts.
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Baby Whale Shark
Leave alone what a baby whale shark is called, most of the people out there don't even know what the young ones of this species look like. Juvenile sharks are quite rare in nature; perhaps that's why not much is known about them.
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What Does a Goblin Shark Eat
What does a goblin shark eat? This article will take you to this creature's diet later in the article but first let us know some interesting information about goblin sharks.
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Great White Shark Anatomy
The anatomy of the great white shark has a crucial role to play when it comes to various survival adaptations of this species. Continue reading for some interesting facts about the anatomy of the great white....
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Types of Pet Sharks
Are you aware of the types of pet sharks that most hobbyists enjoy keeping in their aquariums? Here is an article compiled for you to help you know about some popular pet sharks.
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Great Hammerhead Shark
Swiftly gliding through the deep waters, the great hammerhead shark is among the spectacular looking hammerheads. Dive into the article and enrich your knowledge on these sharks.
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Sand Tiger Shark Teeth
Sand tiger shark has sharp dentition that is more disorganized in nature. Their stained teeth is arranged in random fashion that protrudes out from their jaws. Read the article to know the details...
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Baby Tiger Shark
Many people assume that the young ones of a tiger shark make ideal pets as they are not aggressive, which is absolutely incorrect. The fact is that they are as bad of a choice for keeping as pets as the adult tiger sharks are. Read...
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Great White Shark Diet
That the diet of a Great White Shark consists of carrion alongside other marine animals, may come as a surprise for many, considering that it is the apex predator of the marine ecosystem. The compilation of some less known facts...
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Blue Shark Teeth
Teeth are the first things that come to your mind when you read or hear the word "shark". The following article deals with the details and various interesting aspects of blue shark teeth.
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Thresher Shark Habitat
A short write-up on the habitat of thresher sharks which will give you an insight of this lesser-known attribute of their lives. Continue reading....
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Most Aggressive Sharks
Agression of Great White Shark
Whether sharks are dangerous to humans or not is a long-debated question, but one can't deny the fact that they have the 'potential' to harm humans owing to their sheer size. So which are the top 10 most dangerous sharks in the...
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Tiger Shark Facts
Did you know that the tiger shark is named so because of its black stripes and aggressive behavior? As you continue reading, you will come across more of such facts about this species which are bound to leave you amazed.
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Megalodon Facts
Megalodon is a species of shark that terrorized the oceans in prehistoric times. There are many fascinating facts regarding this mammoth creature, which was once feared by the other inhabitants of the ocean.
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Freshwater Sharks
For the most part, the confusion about freshwater sharks is attributed to the fact that the term is also used for certain species of bony fish which are not true sharks.
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Gray Reef Shark
If the gray reef shark is considered one of the most dangerous fish found in the world, it's for a reason.
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Facts about Sand Tiger Sharks
The sand tiger shark is the only shark species that comes to the water surface and takes in air. The air stored in the stomach helps the shark in floating motionless.
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Sand Shark Facts
Though they have a reputation of being ferocious and aggressive, sand sharks are exactly the opposite of this. In this Buzzle article, we will have a look at some facts about this species.
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Facts about the Horn Shark
Horn sharks are shy creatures that form a singular niche of the ocean life. Unlike their sleeker counterparts, they seem to prefer dwelling in the depths of the ocean, which is―perhaps―why we don't know much about this...
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Information on the Basking Shark
Basking shark, an enormous cartilaginous shark is a filter feeding shark with comb like gill rakers to trap the prey. These sea creatures are slow swimmers, however are also seen to exhibit breaching behavior. This article provides...
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How to Survive Shark Attacks
It's wisest to take certain precautions to avoid being attacked by a shark. However, if one faces this frightening predicament, here are some ideas that can get you out of trouble.
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Facts About Sharks
Did you know that sharks have a sensory organ called the 'ampullae of Lorenzini', which they use to feel the electrical field coming from its prey? Well, there are many interesting facts about sharks that you might have missed all...
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Goblin Shark Facts
Deep in the sea where the sun does not reach lives the goblin shark. This article provides more information about this inhabitant of the deep.
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Information About Hammerhead Sharks
With their outlandishly shaped heads, hammerhead sharks have always caught the fancy of mankind since ages. Here's a lowdown on these unique creatures.
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Shark Fishing
Despite efforts being made to stop shark fishing, it is still the number one cause for the dramatic decline in the number of whales and sharks in our oceans. So, I ask myself why should we continue making any efforts to stop shark...
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Nurse Sharks
While sharks are renowned as fearsome and aggressive predators, all sharks don't live up to this stereotype; the nurse shark being the best example of the same.
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Information About Bull Sharks
Bull sharks are considered to be more dangerous to humans than any other species of sharks, as they lurk in the shallow waters. Here's more...
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Why are Sharks Endangered
Always assumed to be dangerous man-eaters, not many really care whether sharks exist or near extinction. However, this myth about sharks ought to be dispelled, and the reality of their waning numbers has to be brought to light....
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Endangered Shark Species
Once regarded the terror of the deep seas, sharks are battling for their very survival today. The ever-growing list of endangered sharks gives you a rough idea as to how we have made a joke of the word 'biodiversity'.
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Interesting Facts About the Manta Ray
Manta rays use coral reefs as cleaning stations
The manta ray is a type of cartilaginous fish closely related to stingrays and sharks. But unlike sharks, they are gentle and harmless.
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Interesting Facts about Whale Sharks
Fact about pattern on the body of whale shark
Whale sharks are the biggest fish on Earth. An interesting fact is that although the name mentions whale, they are not whales, but a species of shark. These and more such information about this elusive giant is shared in this...
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Are Sharks Mammals or Fish?
Reasons why sharks are fish
Whether a shark is a mammal or fish is a query that leads to quite a lot of confusion, and a few debates as well. Most people think sharks are mammals, as they give birth to young ones (pups), but some do lay eggs. Of all the...
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What Do Sharks Eat?
Food of Great White Sharks
Sharks were known as 'sea dogs' until the 16th century. Although the history behind the origin of their name is uncertain, one thing remains common - they are still regarded as one of the most feared marine organisms. Great white...
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Great White Shark: Food and Habitat
Food of great white shark
Great white sharks are the largest predatory fish of the oceans. Dubbed as killing machines, they derive their name from their typical white underbellies.
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Basking Shark Facts
Fact about the mouth size of a basking shark
Basking sharks are the second largest fish in the world and they have many unique features. These sharks are non-aggressive and harmless to humans. Basking shark predators include orcas (killer whales) and tiger sharks. They are...
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Why Do Pilot Fish Swim with Sharks?
Fact about pilot fish swimming with sharks
They are not the best of friends but co-exist with each other-the most dangerous predator at sea and a school of tiny fish tagging along wherever the predator swims. Let's find out why pilot fish swim with sharks in the same...
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17 Facts About the Dwarf Lanternshark
Fact about the dwarf lanternshark
The dwarf lanternshark is one of the smallest species in the world, and make an appearance only when caught by fishermen by accident.
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Facts About the Bluespotted Stingray
Blue spotted Stingray camouflage
Bluespotted stingrays are well-known for their bright blue appearance with vivid spots. In this Buzzle post, let's delve into what separates them from other stingrays.
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Facts about the Frilled Shark
Fact about the frilled shark
Ever wondered why the frilled shark has often been termed as a 'living fossil'? The reason behind it is that it exhibits several 'primitive' features. We bring you some intriguing facts about the frilled shark, a mysterious...
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Facts About the Greenland Shark
Greenland shark anatomy
The Greenland shark is one of the most mysterious creatures on Earth. Learn more about this giant shark.
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Hammerhead Shark Habitat
Hammerhead sharks are named after their uniquely flat hammer-shaped head. Found worldwide, read on to know the range and habitat of all the species that belong to this group.
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Facts about Thresher Shark
Thresher sharks are one of the most easily distinguishable species of sharks. Dive in to discover some fascinating facts about these stunning fish.
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Bala Shark Facts
Facts about Bala shark
The bala shark is definitely not the kind of shark that would scare you and cause terror in your mind. This small-sized fish is often kept in aquariums. This Buzzle post lists some facts associated with this freshwater fish.
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Habitat of a Tiger Shark
The tiger shark is a feared predator because of its ability to eat anything that comes in its way. This post provides information about the habitat and other characteristics of this fascinating creature.
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Stingray Facts
Regions of coastal tropical and subtropical marine waters are where the stingray population thrives. However, it is not limited only to these regions, as there are some species which are also found in warmer temperate oceans. More...
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Facts about the Angel Shark
The angel shark is a magnificent marine creature, with a flattened body and broad pectoral fins. This ovoviviparous member of the 'Squatinidae' family bears a close resemblance to rays and skates. The angel shark inhabits the warm...
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Types of Sharks
Types of sharks
With over four hundred species of sharks, it is not really possible to list all types but, you'll certainly find a list of some of the well-known species of these predators...
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Hammerhead Shark Facts
With their distinct hammer-shaped head, hammerhead sharks are easy to identify. Here are a few interesting facts about them which you must have not heard before.
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Common Thresher Shark
Sharks are one such aquatic life which we are afraid of. The name "shark" itself sends shivers down our spine. It has the image of the most dangerous aquatic life. There are around 440 species of sharks and not all...
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Great White Shark Facts
The world's largest known predatory fish, the Great White Shark lies at the very top of the marine food chain. Get some interesting facts about this mighty shark in the upcoming Buzzle article.
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Bull Shark Vs. Great White Shark
There are around 360 species of sharks. Among these species, the great white shark, tiger shark and bull shark are known to be highly dangerous. Let us find some more about these sharks to understand them better.
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Pacific Angel Shark
The Pacific angel shark is a unique member within the shark species, because it is the only one which is completely flat and looks like an alien ship. It looks very similar to a stingray, and uses excellent camouflage in order to...
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What is Shark Finning
The level of hunting sharks for commercial gains has increased rapidly, and one method followed is shark finning. To learn more about this savage and gruesome practice, scroll below.
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Shark Finning Facts
More than 100 million sharks are killed every year; some for their meat, some for their cartilage, and some for their fins. Shark finning refers to the disturbing practice of hacking their fins for using them in traditional...
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