Presentation on theme: "By Eric Simon A few random facts Sharks are built for speed They have cartilage instead of bones. That’s why there so light and flexible. Most Most sharks."— Presentation transcript:
By Eric Simon
A few random facts Sharks are built for speed They have cartilage instead of bones. That’s why there so light and flexible. Most Most sharks are carnivores but some aren’t.
A Few Kinds of sharks Here are a few types of sharks: Nurse shark, False cat shark, Big-eyed thresher, Dusky Smooth Hound, Sand tiger shark, Frilled shark, Great white shark, Zebra bullhead, Angelshark, Spiny dogfish, Longnose sawshark, and Black tip shark (a lot)
Shark Babies Sharks can have from 1 to 100 babies at a time, depending on what type of shark. There are three ways a sharks are born: Eggs are laid and hatch (like birds) Eggs hatch inside the mother and then are born Pups sharks grow inside the mother (like humans) Baby sharks are called pups. Sharks don’t care about their pups after their born.
quiz What will you do if a shark came after you? A. play dead B. go for eyes (attack) C. splash violently D. swim away
The answer is… B. go for eyes rightwrong You are right or wrong Yes! I got it right! NO! I got it wrong!
Here are a few shark websites http://www.npca.org/marine_and_coastal/marine_wildl ife/sharks.html http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/sharks/ http://www.sdnhm.org/kids/sharks/index.html http://www.mote.org/index.php?submenu=SharkResear ch&src=gendocs&link=SharkResearch&category=Shar k%20Research The Encyclopedia of Sharks by Steve and Jane Parker (book)