Saturday, November 6, 2010

Normally, sharks eat alone.  But sometimes one feeding shark attracts others.  They swim up as quickly as possible and all begin to try to get a piece of the prey.  They bite wildly at anything that gets in their way -- even each other.


The great white shark rarely partakes in feeding frenzies.


Almost all sharks are "carnivores" or meat eaters.  They live on a diet of fish and sea mammals (like dolphins and seals) and even such prey as turtles and seagulls.

11 comments:

  1. The great white is my favourite of all the shark breeds.

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  2. gah everytime I come to your blog all I can think of is a shark ripping off my leg!

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  3. Heyy Nice blog about those beautiful animals
    Nice!

    I'll follow you

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  4. This is why I don't swim in open water. Just heated indoor pools for me.

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  5. Kewl story, bra! waiting for updates from you

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  6. Id start freeding frenzies if i were a shark. Id be a great blue shark.

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