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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Traits of Different Sharks White Shark White Sharks can grow up to 30 feet long and 4,800 ponds.They are heavy, spindle shaped, have a coned shaped snout. They are brown andgrey on the top and white on the bottom.They remain warmer than the water aroundthem thanks to circulatory adaptions. All sharks have cartilage that has beenhardened by lime instead ofbones. Some sharks have changedvery little in the last 100 million years.Some species of sharks invade freshwater at times, but mostlive in salt water. They have small scales liketeeth and gills with parallel slits. Females are usually bigger than males.Eggs develop in females and 2-11 of them areborn alive. They have eyes at the end of extendedsections of their skull. They can growover 12 feet long and over 1,000 pounds. Smooth Hammerhead Shark Spiny Dogfish Sharks double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Spiny Dogfish Sharks can only be 4 feet long. Sandbar Sharks All Sharks Thresher Sharks They have a long tail which threshesback and forth. They can growup to 20 feet long and weigh over1000 pounds. Tiger Sharks They grow to 14 feet or more. They havenotched saw-teeth. Young Tiger Sharks are browner than adults and are spotted. Nurse Sharks They grow to about8 feet and are related toTiger and Blue Shark, which are "maneaters". They grow 6-10 feet long. They haveshort and blunt heads, andsmall teeth and eyes.
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