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  1. Into the World of Sharks By: Brandi D.

  2. Table of Contents

  3. Shark Attack Statistics • Normal statistics • Sharks fearing humans

  4. 10) Lemon Shark • Description (size) • Why Dangerous?/ Attack Report • Sea Zone • Common Locations • Prey • Tooth Design • Approximately how fast can a Lemon Shark get up to in 2 seconds in mph? • 10 C. 20 • 15 D. 25

  5. 9) Blue Shark • Description (size) • Why Dangerous?/ Attack Report • Sea Zone • Common Locations • Prey • Tooth Design • How far did one go in 16 months? • 1,548 C. 3,740 • 2,698 D. 4,876

  6. 8) Hammerhead Shark • Description (size) • Why Dangerous?/ Attack Report • Sea Zone • Common Locations • Prey • Tooth Design • What else makes the Hammerhead dangerous? • Agility C. Speed • Tenacity D. Fierce

  7. 7) Sand Tiger Shark • Description (size) • Why Dangerous?/ Attack Report • Sea Zone • Common Locations • Prey • Tooth Design • Fearsome Appearance The Sand Tiger Shark is a very aggressive shark. True or False

  8. 6) Grey Reef Shark • Description (size) • Why Dangerous?/ Attack Report • Sea Zone • Common Locations • Prey • Tooth Design • Which shark besides this one is not afraid of humans? • Great White C. Tiger • Bull D. Oceanic • Whitetip

  9. Threat Posture • Forewarning • Duration • Description • Other Sharks

  10. 5) Mako Shark • Description (size) • Why Dangerous?/ Attack Report • Sea Zone • Common Locations • Prey • Tooth Design

  11. High Jump • How high do most Mako Sharks jump when caught on a hook? • 10+ ft. C. 30+ ft. • 20+ ft. D. 40+ ft.

  12. 4) Oceanic Whitetip Shark • Description (size) • Why Dangerous?/ Attack Report • Sea Zone • Common Locations • Prey • Tooth Design The Oceanic Whitetip is the culprit of attacks on shipwrecked people. True or False

  13. 3) Tiger Shark • Description (size) • Why Dangerous?/ Attack Report • Sea Zone • Common Locations • Prey • Tooth Design This shark will eat just about anything. True or False

  14. 2) Great White Shark • Description (size) • Why Dangerous?/ Attack Report • Sea Zone • Common Locations • Prey • Tooth design Great Whites participate in feeding frenzies. True or False

  15. Breaching

  16. Gaping • Pitching a fit • Frustrated • Description

  17. 1) Bull Shark • Description (size) • Why Dangerous?/ Attack Report • Sea Zone • Common Locations • Prey • Tooth Design • The other name for the Bull Shark is • Zambezi C. Fooler • Black Death D. Fresh Ocean

  18. Other Potential Dangerous Sharks • Galapagos, Silky, Cookie-cutter, Nurse, and etc. • Any shark-dangerous

  19. Why Do Sharks Attack? • Threatened • Potential prey • Curious • Unprovoked

  20. How to Swim Peacefully with Sharks • Facts • General • Before possible attack • After attack Caribbean Sharks

  21. Sharks vs. Dolphins • Sharks attacks on dolphins • Vice-versa • Live peacefully

  22. Sharks vs. Whales • Whales not in same area • Weak whales-prey for sharks • Killer Whales actually kill Great Whites as prey • Great White vs. Killer Whale Story

  23. Megatooth (Carcharodon Megalodon) • Related to Great White/Sand Tiger • Time period it lived • Some believe still alive • Size • Size of tooth

  24. Successful Captivity of a Great White Shark • Montrey Bay Aquarium • Description • Opportunistic captivity • Longest captivity • 1st to eat in captivity • Slight problem

  25. Bibliography • “Clash of the titans: Whale vs. Shark.” CNN.com. 8 Oct. 1997. http://www.cnn.com/EARTH/9710/08/whale.vs.shark/ (29 April 2006). • Davies, Lesley. “10 Deadliest Sharks.” Unknown. http://www.geocities.com/deadliestsharks/index.htm (30 April 2006). • Fallows, Chris. “Experience the Magic of Sharks.” Apex Predators. Unknown. http://www.apexpredators.com (27 April 2006). • “Guy Harvey Saltwater Fishing Back Print Tee Shirt Designs.” Unknown. http:/www.guyharveyshirts.com/back.htm (27 April 2006).

  26. Bibliography * • “Index of /Surface/Atmospheric/lightning/old_stuff.” 7 May 1997. http://www.geophys.washington.edu/Surface Atmospheric/lightning/old stuff (27 April 2006). • Martin, Adian R. “Agonistic Display in the Grey Reef Shark.” ReefQuest Centre for Shark Research. Unknown. http://www.elasmo-research.org/education/topics/b_agonism.htm (30 April 2006). • “Photos & Video BEE.” Unknown. http://www.ebabylone.com/infosearch.php?q=BEE&action=edit (30 April 2006). • Schroeder, George. “Decorative/Chandeliers.” Metalmorphosis. Unknown. http://metalmorphosisllc.com/decorative/chandeliers.htm (27 April 2006).

  27. “Sharks/Rays.” MarineBio.Org. 21 April 2006. http://marinebio.org/all.asp?formaction=search&class=Elasmobranchii (30 April 2006). “Shark Week.” Discovery Channel. Unknown. http://search.discovery.com/ (30 April 2006). Watson, Phil. “Sharky’s Cartoons.” Unknown. http://www.sharkmans-world.com/toons.html (30 April 2006). “White Shark Research Project.” Monterey Bay Aquarium. Unknown. http://www.mbayaq.org/cr/whiteshark.asp (30 April 2006). Bibliography *