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Marvelous Sharks. By: Dylan C asstevens. Table of Contents. Introduction…………………….…1 Hunting…………………………………2 What they look like ……….…3 Babies……………………………..……4 Where they live ……………… 5 Glossary……………………………….6.

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marvelous sharks

Marvelous Sharks

By: Dylan Casstevens

table of contents

Table of Contents

Introduction…………………….…1

Hunting…………………………………2

What they look like ……….…3

Babies……………………………..……4

Where they live ……………… 5

Glossary……………………………….6

hunting

Hunting

Sharks can kill seal or sea lions. They also eat dolphins and wee little fish. They chomp shrimp and tuna.

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Sharks look amazing. The whale shark is the biggest shark. Some sharks are as huge as a pickup truck. Sharks do not have bones. Their skeleton is made of cartilage. Cartilage is a bendable tissue that helps them swim and hunt. They have a big fin on their back called a dorsal fin. It helps it balance . They have sharp teeth in their mouth. Some sharks have 3000 teeth.
babies

Babies

The baby sharks are called pups. The eggs are in a mermaids purse. Most sharks do not lay eggs. They give birth to their pups. Their mothers do not take care of them.

where they live

Where they live

Sharks live in salt water. Some sharks live in rivers. Some live in caves in the sea. Some live in the sand.

glossary

Glossary

Cartilage: a bendable tissue that a sharks skeletons

Dorsal fin: the big triangle fin on their back

Pups: baby sharks

Mermaids purse: A case that keeps a shark egg

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