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Animals

Page history last edited by varun 11 years, 9 months ago

                                                                                                            Animals                       #9

 

Varun

 

Animals from now on every week I am going to make page about a certain kind of animal.

 

This week I am going to write about the hammer head shark.

The hammer head shark has a head like a hammer(the title gives that away).

It's shaped like that to enhance it's eyesight.

 

 

 

The hammer head shark does'nt really like eating it only 

does when it's startled.

If you see one don't splash!

The main reason most sharks eat humans is because

their always startled.

The hammer head shark is in a family called the

Sphyrindea.

Their maximum size is 20 feet.

The can weigh up to five hundred pounds

and can live up to 1,000 years.

The hammer head shark diets

on octupi, ,rays other sharks and

crustaceans.

 

The link where 
I got this information. 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hammerhead_shark

Comments (5)

josie said

at 11:54 am on Jan 20, 2011

I love hammerheads! I saw a show called Most Extreme and it told me the wierdest sharks! I'm not going to tell you the rest though!

varun said

at 7:34 pm on Sep 11, 2010

I just went on google an typed in hammer head sharks than an encyclapedia came.

Kathy Shields said

at 2:34 pm on Sep 11, 2010

Which encyclopedia, wikipedia? You can always copy and paste the link into your page.

varun said

at 2:18 pm on Sep 11, 2010

Actully I learned that from an encyclpidia online.

Kathy Shields said

at 7:32 pm on Sep 10, 2010

I love it when students have special areas of interest. I think your classmates may find this information very useful. Can you post a link showing where you learned so much about sharks? If it's from a book, you could write down the title and author in case anyone wants to view the pictures.

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