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  1. Sharks BY: Ward

  2. Basking Sharks Basking Sharks are the second-largest sharks in the world! They eat plankton, larvae, and other small fish. Basking Sharks can grow to be forty-six feet long.

  3. Nurse Sharks The Nurse Sharks live in coral reefs, lagoons, and even in sandy surf seas. They rest during the day. Nurse Sharks swim at the bottom of the ocean.

  4. Great White Sharks The great white shark is the most powerful predator of all the fish. They can eat crabs, shellfish, squid, and other sharks. Great white sharks can also eat birds and whales. They have about 5 or 6 rows of teeth with 22 to 26 teeth per row! A baby great white shark is called a pup. Baby great white sharks are found in temperate waters. Great white sharks grow to be 26 feet long!

  5. Tiger Sharks The tiger shark is named for its tiger-stripe markings. Their prey is stingrays, sea snakes, seals, dolphins, conchs, lobsters, sea birds, and sea turtles. Female tiger sharks can have up from 10 to 82 pups! At birth baby tiger sharks are 20 to 30 inches long.

  6. Hammer Sharks There are 9 different species of a hammer sharks. They get their name from their hammer looking head. The largest hammer head shark is 20 feet long. They can swim deeper than 900 feet deep.

  7. Credits Pictures from Microsoft Clip Art. Narrated by Ward