Shark Facts – Interesting and Fun Facts About Sharks

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Cool Facts About Sharks

Great White Shark, the hammerhead Shark, Msko Shark, Tiger Shark and the Bull Shark are the most dangerous shark species.

Shark fin soup is a famous delicacy in Asia, Hawaii and Australia but the practice of finning sharks is adding to the decline of shark population. Around 73 million sharks are killed a year for their find.

Whale sharks can live up to 100 years.

Sharks have been observed to be introverts or extroverts.

The Shortfin Mako shark can accelerate faster than a Porsche.

The outside of sharks teeth are made up of fluoride, the component found in toothpaste, so sharks never get cavities.

Sharks have survived 5 mass extinctions.

A group of sharks is called a shiver.

Sharks until the 16th century and known as “sea dogs” to mariners.

Unwanted food items never get past the sharks stomach, they either vomit or turns its stomach inside out and ejects unwanted items from its mouth.