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  1. SHARKS By: Wajehakhan

  2. Table of contents • Chapter 1 :Environment , Chapter 2 :Survival , Chapter 3 : Characteristics , Chapter 4 : Development , Chapter 5 : Breeds , Chapter 6 : Fun Fact.

  3. Environment Sharks live in every ocean in the world, however studies published have shown that up to 70% of oceans are free of shark. Shark live tropical water example=Indian ocean. Makosharks live in cool temperate and tropical areas of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Makosharks are considered to be pelagic sharks. Shark is swimming

  4. Survival A shark has a very good sense of smell. It used to find prey. Sharks eat seals and sea lions. A great white shark attacks by taking its prey by surprise. Sharks can swim up to 15 miles [24 km] per hour. The great white shark does not chew its food. Shark love swimming. Shark eat seal

  5. Characteristics • Every sharks length is different. Shark skin is covered with tiny tooth-like sand paper. This side view of a shark’s teeth shows the replacement teeth behind a front tooth. The shark teeth is bigger. Great white shark maximum length 24 feet. When a shark takes a big bite, it bites with more than 300 rozor-sharp. Mako Shark have skeletons made out of cartilage, not bone. Shark is a single bone in their bodies. The top part of a shark’s tail is always longer then the botton part. Shark body

  6. Development • Some shark species lay egg. Sharks mate in shallow water where the male fertilizes eggs inside the female’s body. Some shark species are live-bearers. When fully developed, a newborn shark breaks out of its egg case. Each egg is inside a tough leathery egg case. A pup [body shark] is born ready to take care of itself. Each newborn shark is born tail first. All young shark is called pups. Shark growing

  7. Breeds • Every shark length is different like Wale shark maximum length:60 feet. Bull shark maximum length:12 feet. Mako shark maximum length:13 feet. Tiger shark maximum length:24 feet. Leopard shark maximum length:7 feet. Nurse shark maximum length:14 feet Great hammerhead shark maximum length:20 feet. Great white shark maximum length:24 feet. Tiger shark maximum length and Great white shark maximum length is same. Thresher shark maximum length:20 feet. There are 350 species of sharks is the world. People catch shark

  8. Fun Fact • Sharks have outstanding hearing. They an hear a fish as far as 500 meters away. Not all species of shark give birth to live pups. Some species lay the egg case on the ocean floor and the pups hatches later on its own. If a shark was put into a large swimming pool, it would be able to smell a single drop of blood in the water. Sharks have layers of teeth.

  9. Glossary • [1] Pups. A type of body animal. • [2] Tropical. An area that is very hot humid year-round. • [3] Prey. An animal that is eaten by another animals for food. • [4] Pelagic. Living at or near the surface of the open ocean. • [5] Snouts. Long noses. • [6] Gills. Organs that fish use for breathing.

  10. Glossary • [7] Noose. A loop at the end of a rope with a knot through which the rope can slip to lighten the loop. • [8] Isurusoxyrinchus. The scientific name for mako sharks. • [9] Extension. Something that sticks out. • [10] Crescent. Something that is shapped like a small, curved moon.

  11. Conclusion • Sharks are swimming. Sharks eat seal. People eat fish. I don’t like fish. Sharks live in water. Shark has bigger teeth. A shark has a very good sense of smell its used to find prey. The great white does not chew its food. Sharks do not have a single bone in their bodies. Some shark species lay eggs.

  12. Index Word: Hunt Page: 10 Word: Muscles Page:14 Word: Nurseries Page: 21 Word: Prey Page 6,14,21 Word: Skin Page: 13 • Word: Belly Page: 6 • Word: Cartilage Page: 18 • Word: Egg Page: 21 • Word: Fins Page: 5,13,18 • Word: Gills Page: 14, 18

  13. Resources • Book title: The mako shark. • Author: Jim Arnosky. • Book title: Shark Attacks. • Author: Patrick J. Fitzgerald. • Website: • Website: • Website: • Website:

  14. Diagram This is a diagram of a shark

  15. Map This is a map of a shark live

  16. Graph This is a graph of a shark