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2 Into the World of Sharks By: Brandi D.

3 Shark Attack Statistics Top 10 Dangerous Sharks Why Sharks Attack How to Swim Peacefully with Sharks Extras

4 Shark Attack Statistics Normal statistics Sharks fearing humans

5 10) Lemon Shark Description (size) Why Dangerous?/ Attack Report Sea Zone Common Locations Prey Tooth Design Approximately how fast can a Lemon Shark get up to in 2 seconds in mph? A.10 C. 20 B.15 D. 25

6 9) Blue Shark Description (size) Why Dangerous?/ Attack Report Sea Zone Common Locations Prey Tooth Design How far did one go in 16 months? A. 1,548 C. 3,740 B. 2,698 D. 4,876

7 8) Hammerhead Shark Description (size) Why Dangerous?/ Attack Report Sea Zone Common Locations Prey Tooth Design What else makes the Hammerhead dangerous? A.AgilityC. Speed B.TenacityD. Fierce

8 7) Sand Tiger Shark Description (size) Why Dangerous?/ Attack Report Sea Zone Common Locations Prey Tooth Design Fearsome Appearance The Sand Tiger Shark is a very aggressive shark. True or False

9 6) Grey Reef Shark Description (size) Why Dangerous?/ Attack Report Sea Zone Common Locations Prey Tooth Design Which shark besides this one is not afraid of humans? A.Great White C. Tiger B.Bull D. Oceanic Whitetip

10 Threat Posture Forewarning Duration Description Other Sharks

11 5) Mako Shark Description (size) Why Dangerous?/ Attack Report Sea Zone Common Locations Prey Tooth Design

12 High Jump How high do most Mako Sharks jump when caught on a hook? A.10+ ft.C. 30+ ft. B.20+ ft.D. 40+ ft.

13 4) Oceanic Whitetip Shark Description (size) Why Dangerous?/ Attack Report Sea Zone Common Locations Prey Tooth Design The Oceanic Whitetip is the culprit of attacks on shipwrecked people. True or False

14 3) Tiger Shark Description (size) Why Dangerous?/ Attack Report Sea Zone Common Locations Prey Tooth Design This shark will eat just about anything. True or False

15 2) Great White Shark Description (size) Why Dangerous?/ Attack Report Sea Zone Common Locations Prey Tooth design Great Whites participate in feeding frenzies. True or False

16 Breaching Breaching

17 Gaping Gaping Pitching a fit Frustrated Description

18 1) Bull Shark Description (size) Why Dangerous?/ Attack Report Sea Zone Common Locations Prey Tooth Design The other name for the Bull Shark is A.Zambezi C. Fooler B.Black Death D. Fresh Ocean

19 Other Potential Dangerous Sharks Galapagos, Silky, Cookie-cutter, Nurse, and etc. Any shark-dangerous

20 Why Do Sharks Attack? Threatened Potential prey Curious Unprovoked

21 How to Swim Peacefully with Sharks Facts General Before possible attack After attack Caribbean Sharks

22 Sharks vs. Dolphins Sharks attacks on dolphins Vice-versa Live peacefully

23 Sharks vs. Whales Whales not in same area Weak whales-prey for sharks Killer Whales actually kill Great Whites as prey Great White vs. Killer Whale Story

24 Megatooth (Carcharodon Megalodon) Related to Great White/Sand Tiger Time period it lived Some believe still alive Size Size of tooth

25 Successful Captivity of a Great White Shark Montrey Bay Aquarium Description Opportunistic captivity Longest captivity 1 st to eat in captivity Slight problem

26 Bibliography “Clash of the titans: Whale vs. Shark.” CNN.com. 8 Oct (29 April 2006). Davies, Lesley. “10 Deadliest Sharks.” Unknown. (30 April 2006). Fallows, Chris. “Experience the Magic of Sharks.” Apex Predators. Unknown. (27 April 2006).http://www.apexpredators.com “Guy Harvey Saltwater Fishing Back Print Tee Shirt Designs.” Unknown. (27 April 2006).

27 Bibliography * “Index of /Surface/Atmospheric/lightning/old_stuff.” 7 May Atmospheric/lightning/old stuff (27 April 2006).http://www.geophys.washington.edu/Surface Martin, Adian R. “Agonistic Display in the Grey Reef Shark.” ReefQuest Centre for Shark Research. Unknown. research.org/education/topics/b_agonism.htm (30 April 2006).http://www.elasmo- research.org/education/topics/b_agonism.htm “Photos & Video BEE.” Unknown. n=edit (30 April 2006). n=edit Schroeder, George. “Decorative/Chandeliers.” Metalmorphosis. Unknown. (27 April 2006).

28 Bibliography * “Sharks/Rays.” MarineBio.Org. 21 April =Elasmobranchii (30 April 2006). =Elasmobranchii “Shark Week.” Discovery Channel. Unknown. (30 April 2006). Watson, Phil. “Sharky’s Cartoons.” Unknown. (30 April 2006). “White Shark Research Project.” Monterey Bay Aquarium. Unknown. (30 April 2006).


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