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this is a pretty awesome shark but kind of scary.....by the way this shark is called the mako shark!

this is a pretty awesome shark but kind of scary.....by the way this shark is called the mako shark!

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Largest Great White Shark | Shark Week 2012 Begins: The Biggest Shark Ever (VIDEO) great-white ...

Largest Great White Shark | Shark Week 2012 Begins: The Biggest Shark Ever (VIDEO) great-white ...

Add your name now and urge Congress to ban the sale and trade of shark fins in the United States – Keep these vital creatures out of the international fin trade >>http://act.oceana.org/sign/Congress_shark-fin-ban_2016?source=mailing&utm_source=mailing&utm_medium=email&utm_content=sharks&utm_campaign=20160628sharkfin&akid=8251.834929.d6BMfx Thank you for helping to protect sharks from shark finning in the U.S.! Can you support Oceana's work by making a donation today?

Add your name now and urge Congress to ban the sale and trade of shark fins in the United States – Keep these vital creatures out of the international fin trade >>http://act.oceana.org/sign/Congress_shark-fin-ban_2016?source=mailing&utm_source=mailing&utm_medium=email&utm_content=sharks&utm_campaign=20160628sharkfin&akid=8251.834929.d6BMfx Thank you for helping to protect sharks from shark finning in the U.S.! Can you support Oceana's work by making a donation today?

"Walking" sharks get their name from the way their pectoral and pelvic fins seem to touch the seafloor as they swim. A new species from Indonesia, Hemiscyllium Halmahera, described this year is no exception. The shark, discovered in a reef off the Indonesian island of Halmahera, grows up to 27 inches (70 centimeters) long and is harmless to humans, according to researchers.

13 Amazing Species Discovered in 2013

"Walking" sharks get their name from the way their pectoral and pelvic fins seem to touch the seafloor as they swim. A new species from Indonesia, Hemiscyllium Halmahera, described this year is no exception. The shark, discovered in a reef off the Indonesian island of Halmahera, grows up to 27 inches (70 centimeters) long and is harmless to humans, according to researchers.

Fish feed on the fleshy head of a decomposing whale shark.

4 Rare Undersea Boneyards Discovered

Fish feed on the fleshy head of a decomposing whale shark.

A stunning piece of technology that will help biologists discover even more information on the Great White Shark.

A stunning piece of technology that will help biologists discover even more information on the Great White Shark.

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