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Like other bottom-dwelling sharks, the zebra shark can pump water over its gills.
The whitetip reef shark is a nocturnal creature.
Like most sharks, the tiger shark has an incredible sense of smell.
Unlike most sharks, the nurse shark does not have to constantly move water across its gills to breathe.
Research indicates that the red blood cells of the leopard shark are smaller and more numerous than the red blood cells of other sharks.
The most striking design feature is the shape of the great hammerhead shark’s head.
The blue shark’s sleek, tapered body makes it a graceful swimmer.
Sharks have the ability to create "mental maps" to navigate to specific destinations.
The blacktip reef shark is one of the only sharks that can jump fully out of the water.
This shark is a grayish-brown color on its dorsal side with a lighter underside. It has small teeth in the front of its mouth and broad teeth in the back.
The whale shark is dark gray or greenish gray from its back to the middle of its sides. Its belly is off-white.