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Fish 6. Types of Sharks
There are many types of sharks.Many sharks are fairly large, such as the great hammerhead which are 15 to 20 feet long
The great white shark is also about 15 to 20 feet longIt gives birth to live young
The largest shark is the whale sharkWhich averages 40 feet long
The smallest shark is the pygmy dogfishWhich is only 5 or 6 inches long
Some sharks are very dangerousThe great white shark is probably the best-known and most dangerous shark
The great white lives in cool temperate and tropical watersGreat white sharks are feared because they have attacked people many times
The whale shark and the basking shark are not dangerous to peopleThese large sharks do not even eat other fish
They eat tiny ocean plants and animals called planktonThe basking shark floats on the surface as if it is basking in the sun
The hammerhead shark is an unusual sharkIts head is T-shaped like a hammer and its eyes are on each end of the crossbar of the T
Hammerheads are found in tropical oceansThey sometimes travel in schools
Dogfish are small sharks that live in temperate or tropical seasUnlike the great white shark, the dogfish lays eggs
Some species of dogfish shark lay eggs but some give a live birthHere the dogfish shark is giving live birth and the baby comes out tail first
The eggs are in cases that cling to seaweed until they hatchLike most other fish, young sharks can take care of themselves from birth
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