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Sharks Or What Do You Really Know About JAWS - True or False
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Sharks lose a lot of teeth but grow them back quickly. They might go through more than 30,000 in a lifetime.
Sharks do not have a single bone in their bodies.
All shark attacks occur in less than 6 feet of water.
The basking shark is a plankton-eating shark.
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Hammerhead sharks are born with soft heads.
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Sharks don’t get cavities.
Great White shark teeth were used by Native Americans in Florida to make arrowheads.
None of the shark species have the ability to pump water over their gills, so they must constantly move.
Sharks have excellent hearing and can hear prey up to 5000 feet.
The first tiger cub shark to hatch eats its siblings until only 2 remain, one on each side of the womb.
One fish a shark cannot eat is the Moses sole because it releases a chemical upon being bitten.
Sharks prefer to attack men rather than women.
Sharks have a swim bladder to keep them afloat.
A shark weighing 3400 pounds has been caught with a rod and reel.
The cookie cutter shark is so named because he takes a chunk out of its prey leaving a hole like a pastry cutter does in dough.
Sharks appeared about the same time as dinosaurs.
Sharks have ears located inside their head.
Whale sharks lay the largest eggs of any animal on land or sea.
Some sharks can live a year without eating.
Basking sharks are pregnant for more than two years.
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