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In Angry Whale Shark Attack game, it is not the piece of cake to finish off worlds largest ocean predators with your sniper gun in this assault extreme sea mission to be an expert submarine shooter.

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Sharks (superorderSelachimorpha) are a group of fish species with a full cartilaginous skeleton. There are over 400 extant species of shark, as well as numerous extinct species known from recovered teeth and bones. Due partially to fear of shark attack, sharks often feature heavily in popular culture.

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The great hammerhead, Sphyrna mokarran, is the largest of the hammerhead sharks (family Sphyrnidae), attaining a maximum length of 6.1 m (20 ft). It is found in tropical and warm temperate waters worldwide, inhabiting coastal areas and the continental shelf. The great hammerhead can be distinguished from other hammerheads by the shape of its 'hammer' (called the 'cephalofoil'), which is wide with an almost straight front margin, and by its tall, sickle-shaped first dorsal fin. A solitary, strong-swimming apex predator, the great hammerhead feeds on a wide variety of prey ranging from crustaceans and cephalopods, to bony fishes, to smaller sharks. Observations of this species in the wild suggest that the cephalofoil functions to immobilize stingrays, a favored prey. This species has a viviparous mode of reproduction, bearing litters of up to 55 pups every two years.

Although potentially dangerous, the great hammerhead rarely attacks humans. It sometimes behaves inquisitively toward divers and should be treated with respect. This shark is heavily fished for its large fins, which are extremely valuable on the Asian market as the main ingredient of shark fin soup. As a result, great hammerhead populations are declining substantially worldwide, and it has been assessed as Endangered by the World Conservation Union.


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The great white shark is an exceptionally large lamniformshark found in coastal surface waters in all major oceans.

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  • ... that the velvet belly lantern shark has proteins in its liver that can detoxify heavy metals such as cadmium, copper, mercury, and zinc?
  • ... that at night, the Pacific angelshark may use bioluminescentplankton to target its prey?
  • ... that the Galapagos shark is often the most abundant shark around oceanic islands?
  • ... that the blotched catshark exhibits fluorescence, with spots that glow yellow under blue light?
  • ... that the grey reef shark is the first shark species known to perform a threat display to warn off divers who are too close?


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Shark·Outline of sharks
Shark orders
Carcharhiniformes (groundsharks) ·Cladoselachiformes (extinct) ·Eugeneodontida (extinct) ·Heterodontiformes (bullhead sharks) ·Hexanchiformes (most primitive sharks) ·Hybodontiformes (extinct) ·Iniopterygia (extinct) ·Lamniformes (mackerel sharks) ·Orectolobiformes (carpet sharks and relatives) ·Pristiophoriformes (sawsharks and relatives) ·Squaliformes (gulper sharks, bramble sharks, lantern sharks, rough sharks, sleeper sharks, dogfish sharks and relatives) ·Squatiniformes (angel sharks) ·Symmoriida (extinct) ·Xenacanthida (also known as Xenacantiformes, extinct)

Major species
Basking shark·Blue shark·Bull shark·Great hammerhead·Great white shark·Grey reef shark·Hammerhead shark·Megalodon·Megamouth shark·Nurse shark·Oceanic whitetip shark·Requiem shark·Scalloped hammerhead·Shortfin mako shark·Swellshark·Thresher shark·Tiger shark·Whale shark

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Shark biology
Ampullae of Lorenzini·Mermaid's purses·Physical characteristics of sharks·Shark teeth·Shark threat display

Shark-human interaction
Attack (drum lines, International Shark Attack File, Jersey Shore shark attacks of 1916, list of fatal, unprovoked shark attacks in the United States, shark net, shark proof cage, shark suit, Summer of the Shark) ·Captivity (shark tunnel) ·Conservation (grey nurse shark conservation, Shark Alliance, Shark Conservation Act, Shark Trust) ·Fishing (International Land-Based Shark Fishing Association, land-based shark fishing) ·Products (shark cartilage, shark finning, shark fin soup, shark liver oil)

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