Sharks: 101 Super Fun Facts and Amazing Pictures (Featuring by Janet Evans

By Janet Evans

Sharks: one hundred and one tremendous enjoyable evidence And extraordinary photographs (Featuring The World's most sensible 10 Sharks)

This ebook depicts the beauty of the area of Sharks in all its glory. young ones are given a well-rounded figuring out of this pretty fish: its anatomy, feeding conduct and behaviour. the next Sharks are featured: Black Tip Reef Shark Bull Shark nice White Shark Hammerhead Shark Lemon Shark Leopard shark Nurse Shark Tiger Shark Whale Shark Wobbegong the outline is straightforward adequate for early readers or for a father or mother to steer a baby via. there are many info and photographs to speak about along with your baby. then again, a toddler of any age (even the kid in you) can benefit from the coloring pages of those sharks. Do get pleasure from!

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That is they catch food by sucking water then they eventually push the excess through their gills. 86. They live in tropical waters and warm oceans. Considering they are the biggest, they feed on one of the smallest creatures of the water, the plankton. 87. Whale sharks have a pale yellow covering with white dots and stripes against its grey back. 88. They tend to live alone and they are rarely seen to swim in groups. 89. They are found in the open water. 90. Their skin is about 4 inches thick.

Unlike other types of shark, they do not aggressively hunt for prey. Rather, they wait for a prey to come near. 99. The wobbegong shark usually lies at the bottom of the ocean. The Wobbegong can attack and charge on its prey. But it chooses to lie at the bottom and wait for one to come near. 100. It has an interesting color combination blending yellow, brown and grey. 101. The wobbegong shark's unique coloring is useful for camouflage. This way, the prey does not notice the wobbegong's presence immediately, until it’s too late.

97. They usually eat various types of fish. 98. Unlike other types of shark, they do not aggressively hunt for prey. Rather, they wait for a prey to come near. 99. The wobbegong shark usually lies at the bottom of the ocean. The Wobbegong can attack and charge on its prey. But it chooses to lie at the bottom and wait for one to come near. 100. It has an interesting color combination blending yellow, brown and grey. 101. The wobbegong shark's unique coloring is useful for camouflage. This way, the prey does not notice the wobbegong's presence immediately, until it’s too late.

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