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Scientists Amazing mysteries about sharks



Scientists Amazing mysteries about sharks

I’m sure we all have watched jaws, a movie that depicts how aggressive,scary and wild sharks can be…But in reality that isn’t true.

Scientist have uncovered many mysteries about sharks

Below are interesting things you need to know about Sharks.
Scientists Amazing mysteries about sharks

These creatures have existed for more than 450 million years, it is believed that sharks are older than trees. Scientist age sharks by counting the rings on their vertebrae.

The earliest trees was believed to be around 350 million years… Scientists Amazing mysteries about sharks

Sharks are also the only animal to have survived four of the five mass extinctions.

There’s a shark called Megalodon, this shark is considered to be the largest shark that ever lived. Megalodon (means large tooth) this creatures dominated the oceans and are close relative to great white shark

Scientists Amazing mysteries about sharks

The largest shark is the whale shark and at 46 feet is the size of a school bus, they are filter feeders and only eat planktons and fish

They have a very acute sense of smell, some sharks can detect blood at one part per million. That’s the equivalent of one drop in an entire swimming pool.

Scientists Amazing mysteries about sharks

Do you also know that some species of shark glow in the dark. In 2004, scientist discovered that catshark and swellshark communicate with each other by releasing glowing lights from their skin in patterns unique to each species and even sexes.. Sharks do not have bones.

More interesting facts

This glowing light is invisible to the naked eyes, it’s only visible when a blue filter light shines on them.

It is believed that molecules inside their scales transform how shark skin interacts with light, bringing in blue photons and sending out green… Blue sharks are really blue. Impressive right?.

Scientist believe that sharks are most likely color blind creatures even though it is believed they have great vision…

Most sharks however, have good eye sight. A mystery no one in the science world has figured out yet. Research shows that sharks have individual personalities and their own way of responding to stress and unfamiliar environments is quite different.

One important thing you should note is that sharks continually shed and replace their teeth, some species loose up to 35,000 teeth in their life time.

There are over 400 species of sharks in the world.

They come in different shapes and sizes, for example the whale shark can be up to 12 metres in length, while the dwarf lantern shark can fit in a human hand, around 180 species inhabit Australian seas.Sharks have special electroreceptor organs.

More facts about sharks

According to research, sharks regulate the health of coral reef, a team of scientist during their four month expedition found a high number of sharks present in an healthier reef. sharks control the mid sized predators and allow small reef fish to thrive and take care of actual corals

In a study of 40 grey reef sharks, their diving behavior is influenced by the moon, water temperature and time of day.

It seems that sharks descends to greater depth during full moon. Hammerhead sharks have binocular visionThis gives them better vision , the T-shaped hammerhead allows sharks to see 360 degrees having stereo vision and depth perception.

Sharks can go into Trance.

 Shark skin feels similar to sand paper.

Sharks are older than trees.

Each whale sharks spot pattern is unique as a fingerprint.

Some species of shark have spiracles that allow them to pull water into their respiratory system while at rest.

Most sharks have to keep swimming in orther to pump water over their gills.



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This Is Why All Whales Are Afraid of Orca

This Is Why All Whales Are Afraid of Orca

Killer whales(Orcas) are known to torpedo from below at top speeds by ramming the sides of the whales with their heads.

The orcas’ obsession with tongues is well documented; on several occasions, it has been the sole or nearly the only thing they eat from their massive preys.

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Why Do Lions Always Kill Cheetahs?

Why Do Lions Always Kill Cheetahs?

Cheetahs get their prey easily compared to lions. Due to this competition, lions may feel that they do not have enough food due to the presence of cheetahs. The natural habitat of lions is also native to cheetahs. Since they live in close proximity, lions will attack or kill cheetahs in territorial disputes.

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I killed the QUEEN to save the hive.

Our wild swarm hive is out of control. We have to kill the queen bee…!

In the video above – The Bee-keeeper(Man) kills the Queen bee – Bees got pissed off, Bee-keeper got stung multiple times, but luckily, he survived…!

I love how his wife is just standing there while he’s screaming in pain..Lol

It’s quite funny actually…!

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Here's What Happens If You Feed a Camel With a Venomous Snake

Here’s What Happens If You Feed a Camel With a Venomous Snake

Camels are fed with live snakes. Because there is a special kind of disease in their body. Due to which his whole body becomes stiff. To avoid this disease, Utahars(camel owner) feed live snakes to camels.

Although, there is no scientific proof that eating a snake can cure an animal’s disease.

Perhabs this is some type of hocus pocus probably practiced in rural places in the Middle East.!

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Cesar Millan Makes Vicious Rottweiler Face His Pit Bull Junior | Cesar 911

Cesar Millan Makes Vicious Rottweiler Face His Pit Bull Junior | Cesar 911

Shadow is a vicious Rottweiler that has attacked dogs in its own neighborhood. Cesar Millan does the unthinkable by confronting this dog with his pit bull Junior.

6 most painful Insect bites in the world

TOP 6 Most dangerous Insect bites in the wolrd.

We saw him writhing around in pain on a jungle floor after stinging himself with tarantula hawk wasp, but prepare for an even bigger insect bite…!

In his YouTube video, Coyote Peterson said that the Executioner Wasp sting was, by far, “the worst sting [he’s] ever taken.”

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Alligator attacks handler at child’s birthday party in Utah

Alligator Attacks Handler in Front of Children’s Birthday Party

An animal handler who survived a gator attack is speaking out about the harrowing ordeal.

A gator bit down on 31-year-old Lindsay hands during feeding time at a reptile and animal zoo, as children at a birthday party looked on.

Bull jumped into the glass enclosure to get better leverage. Then the gator whipped the trainer underwater in what’s known as a “death roll.” She now reveals why she jumped in purposely, and how her gymnastics experience may have saved her.

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