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TYPES OF SHARKS

To wrap it up, let's look at some of the types of sharks we've been discussing.


angel shark photoANGEL SHARK:


basking shark photo by Chris GotschalkBASKING SHARK:

 


blacktip reef sharkBLACKTIP REEF SHARK (Carcharhinus melanopterus):


blacktip shark - source wikimediaBLACKTIP SHARK (Carcharhinus limbatus):


blue sharkBLUE SHARK:


bull sharkBULL SHARK:


cookie cutter sharkCOOKIECUTTER SHARK:

 


goblin shark photo from 1909GOBLIN SHARK


great white sharkGREAT WHITE SHARK:


hammerhead shark photosHAMMERHEAD SHARK:


mako sharkMAKO SHARK:


Nurse shark near Ambergris Caye, Belize -- photo by Joseph Thomas

NURSE SHARK:


port jackson shark

Port Jackson Shark, photo by Richard Ling, licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

PORT JACKSON SHARK:

 

port jackson shark egg
Port Jackson Shark egg,
photo by Kate Bunker, licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

They have very interesting spiral eggs that sometimes wash up on shore:


sandtiger shark

Sandtiger Shark, photo by Faris Algosaibi, licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0

SANDTIGER SHARK:


spiny dogfish sharkSPINY DOGFISH SHARK:


thresher shark photo by the NOAATHRESHER SHARK:


tiger shark photo by Albert KokTIGER SHARK:


whale sharkWHALE SHARK:


white tip reef shark
Photo by Yvonne

WHITE TIP REEF SHARK:


WOBBEGONG SHARK:


zebra sharkZEBRA SHARK:

 

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