Answer:

Sharks have several extraordinary senses that help them find prey.

Usually, they use their ampullae of Lorenzini and electricity detection sense to find prey from long distances.

When approaching their smelling, hearing, and visual capabilities are essential to verify that the prey is edible.

Probably these developed and sharp senses have made them very successful for 420 million years.

 

 

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