Diversity Of Sharks

Sharks were discovered more than 200 million years ago.  There are many different families and groups of sharks. My research paper is about the diversity of sharks. Some things that I’m going to write about are the different breeds of sharks, their diet, their habitat, what makes them all similar and what makes them different from each other, and why they are endangered. I plan to learn about the different families and orders of sharks and all about their lifestyle.

~NS

Shark Sizes: Whale Shark 46 feet, Basking Shark 33 feet, Great White Shark 23 feet, Megamouth Shark 15 feet, Nurse Shark 13 feet, Mako Shark 8 feet, Blacktip Reef Shark 6.5 feet, Bonnethead Shark 3.4 feet, Dwaf Lantern Shark 6 inches<div class='credit'><strong>Credit:</strong> Shark Sizes: Whale Shark 46 feet, Basking Shark 33 feet, Great White Shark 23 feet, Megamouth Shark 15 feet, Nurse Shark 13 feet, Mako Shark 8 feet, Blacktip Reef Shark 6.5 feet, Bonnethead Shark 3.4 feet, Dwaf Lantern Shark 6 inches</div>

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4 thoughts on “Diversity Of Sharks

  1. Awesome Pictures! I’m interested into learning more about the many different breeds of Sharks and their lifestyles.

  2. I like the topic, I would suggest making sure that you point out the specific sharks that are endangered and what threat level they are at.

  3. I really like the subject of your research paper. Sharks have always fascinated me, and I am looking forward to learning more through your research. Maybe touch on their migration patterns as recent studies have shown certain breeds in uncommon coastal waters for their particular breeds.

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