Topic: Shark Data

Hadders - did you knock this site up ?


www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/sharks/allabout/[
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This particular section:


www.enchantedlearning.com...ts/sharks/



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He'sabigboyfowww.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/sharks/glossary/Megalodon.shtml


He's a big boy fo
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Did you know there's a Broadnose Sevengill Shark (Notorynchus cepedianus)?



GENERAL DESCRIPTION

The Broadnose Sevengill shark is a is a primitive and rare shark that has seven gills on each side of the face (most sharks have five). This unusual shark also has a single (and small) dorsal fin towards the rear of the body. This aggressive shark has small eyes and a wide head.


The broadnose sevengill is speckled (with both dark and light small spots) and silvery. Young broadnose sevengills have white edge marking on the rear fins.


TEETH

The Bluntnose Sixgill shark has five rows of jagged, saw-like teeth in the upper jaw (except for one middle tooth). The teeth of the lower are jaw comb-shaped.


SIZE

The broadnose sevengill grows to be up to roughly 10 ft (3 m) long.


DIET AND FEEDING HABITS

These aggressive sharks eat fish (including other sharks, rays, and bony fish), seals, and scavenged prey (including fish caught in gill nets and human corpses).


BLUNTNOSE SIXGILL SHARK ATTACKS

The Broadnose Sevengill shark can be dangerous, but is rarely seen. No attacks on divers in the wild been reported.


HABITAT

The Broadnose Sevengill shark lives in temperate waters down to about 450 ft (135 m).


DISTRIBUTION

The Bluntnose Sixgill shark is found in the south Atlantic, South Pacific, and Indian Oceans. They are widespread geographically but are few in numbers.


REPRODUCTION

Females reach sexual maturity when they are roughly 7 ft (2.2 m) long (males at 5 ft = 1.5 m long). These sharks bear live young in shallow bays. Females have litters of up to 80 live-born pups. The pups are about 16-18 inches (40-45 cm) long.


BROADNOSE SEVENGILL SHARK CLASSIFICATION

Kingdom Animalia (animals)

Phylum Chordata

SubPhylum Vertebrata (vertebrates)

Class Chondrichthyes (cartilaginous fish)

Subclass Elasmobranchii (sharks and rays)

Order Hexanchiformes

Family Hexanchidae

Genus Notorynchus

Species cepedianus


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Who's got the sticky back plastic ?



www.enchantedlearning.com/crafts/Sharkcard.shtml





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Mulville is a genius.

I know what I'm making this weekend.

How cool am I gonna look?


Or could you ask one of your daughters to make a couple?
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Gonna get them to make the birthday card one to give to

diggers at Bedrock !


Dear John,


Happy 4th Bedrock


Love


Maya and Lauren.


P.s. ask daddy to lay of the dutch flowers.



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Maya and Lauren, lovely names.

My friends just called his daughter Rowan, I personally love that name, although it does remind me of Mr. Bean, unfortunately.

I can't believe I'm talking about naming children.

Am I showing my age?

COAT.

TAXI.
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PUB !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



10 pints of strong continental lager Barman.
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Stella's a beautiful name as well.
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When I was at college I had 4 goldfish named:


STELLA

ARTOIS

TENNANTS

EXTRA


Extra - once jumped out of the fishtank therefore living up to his name.
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