Sharks and Global Warming

Sharks and Global Warming

Sharks and Climate Change The effects of the global warming affect the air, the land and the water of the planet. Its effects do not discriminate areas nor animal species, even if they are large sharks. WHY GLOBAL WARMING AFFECTS SHARKS? Global warming is a...
Why Defend the Sharks?

Why Defend the Sharks?

They are not man-eaters Sharks are marine predators, and they consume species that are part of their natural habitat and act on instinct, as the vast majority of living beings on this planet. Their widespread ocean distribution and their physical characteristics are...

How Fast Does A Mako Shark Grow?

Answer: Mako sharks have a gestation period of 15-18 months in the mother uterus. After that, some of them are born with a length of about 2.1 feet (70 cm.) They can grow up to 9 to 12 feet. Links to other pages in this site How High Can A Shark Jump Out Of The Water?...

What Do Sharks Have To Help Them Float?

Answer: For flotation, sharks rely on their liver which has oil and fats. Their liver has two parts filled with oil and fats, substances that are lighter than water helping them to float. Liver is as much as 30% of the shark weight, and although it helps for buoyancy,...
Mako Shark

Mako Shark

Mako¬†Shark –¬†Isurus oxyrinchus The shortfin mako shark also is known as the blue pointer and bonito shark. It is a fast speed-swimming shark that has been called “the peregrine falcon of the sharks” in allusion to the fastest bird in the world. It is...