Presentation on theme: "Bonnethead Shark By Nash and Lorenz The Bonnethead’s teeth, in the front of it’s mouth, are small, sharp teeth. there are bigger teeth, in the back."— Presentation transcript:
Bonnethead Shark By Nash and Lorenz
The Bonnethead’s teeth, in the front of it’s mouth, are small, sharp teeth. there are bigger teeth, in the back of its mouth, for crushing prey. The size of the Bonnethead Shark is average about 3.3 feet long. The Bonnethead’s head is smooth, rounded and shaped like A shovel. .
It eats both hard shelled prey, like crustaceans and mollusks, and soft prey like small fish. It lives in western Atlantic and eastern Pacific oceans, in the surf zones, around reefs, on sandy bottoms and eastuaries. They give birth in shallow bays to 8 to 16 pups. Each pup is about 14 inches long. It is a harmless, timid shark. The average Bonnethead Shark is also known as the Shovelhead Shark
We like the Bonnethead Shark because it’s harmless to humans.