Are You A Shark Expert? Here Are The Answers To Our Quiz

Are You A Shark Expert? Here Are The Answers To Our Quiz
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Click HERE for the questions to our shark quiz


ANSWERS

  1. Cartilage

  2. Around 400 million years

  3. True. Their jaws are among the most powerful of all animal species, and both the top and bottom move while eating and attacking prey.

  4. Up to 800 feet. Sharks have protected inner ears that they use to find prey.

  5. There are about 350 species of shark in the world's oceans and other bodies of water.

  6. Stories exist that say both crocodiles and seals have attacked sharks before

  7. Scientific studies have gauged the pressure of a shark's bite at approx. 40,000 pounds per square inch.

  8. Bull sharks have been known to roam in rivers, lagoons, and open water bays.

  9. False. Sharks regenerate teeth, and if one is lost, one moves forward from the extra rows of teeth behind the first row.

  10. Only about 100 attacks take place each year, on average.

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