Shark Flashcards: Learn Your Shark Facts Like Never Before! (Sharks, Flash Cards, Marine Biology, Science and Nature, Sharks for Kids)

Shark Flashcards: Learn Your Shark Facts Like Never Before! (Sharks, Flash Cards, Marine Biology, Science and Nature, Sharks for Kids)

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Learn amazing facts about the world's most incredible sharks with Shark Flash Cards!

Become a shark expert and learn dozens of facts and fascinating creatures about the coolest sharks to swim the seven seas. Kids of all ages will love learning about these apex predators, vividly illustrated by Julius Csotonyi. Swim through an ocean of shark species, from the infamous great white to the bizarre goblin shark. Dive deep into facts about these magnificent creatures, including their diet, where they live, how they hunt, and other species-specific information. Did you know?

- The largest whale shark ever measured came in at 40 feet long, making it the largest living fish in the world.
- The basking shark can suck in as many as 2,000 tons of seawater per hour.
- The megamouth shark has a silvery mouth that helps it attract prey right into its mouth.
- The great white's sense of smell is so well honed that it can sense a drop of blood in 100 liters of water.
- The bigeye thresher has a tail nearly as long as the rest of its body, which it uses as a weapon to stun or kill prey.
- The zebra horn shark rests facing the current and pumps water over its gills so it can breathe while staying still.
- The Halmahera shark is a species of walking shark-- it has leg-like pelvic and pectoral fins that help it move along the bottom of the ocean, which makes it look like it's walking!
- When it's in danger, the sarawak pygmy swellshark gulps in seawater to inflate its stomach and make itself look bigger to scare off predators.
- Female lemon sharks have a special homing sense that allows them to return to the same nursery area every time they give birth.
- Shortfin mako sharks can travel up to 36 miles a day, and keep that pace for more than a month--that's about the same distance as 41 marathons in a month!
- Only four taillight shark specimens have ever been studied.

Study up on your shark facts then put your knowledge to the test with Shark Flashcards

Author: Julius Cstonoyi
Publisher: Applesauce Press
Published: 07/05/2022
Pages: 60
Binding Type: Other
Weight: 0.94lbs
Size: 6.00h x 4.00w x 2.00d
ISBN: 9781646432790

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