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    Running head: Sharks Sharks T Tolerico Marine Biology Doctor Cameron Guenther Sharks What do you think of when you hear the word “Shark”? Do you think of the lion of the ocean or perhaps God’s perfect predator/scavenger? Perhaps you think of the movie “JAWS”? Most people will think of the movie “JAWS” and think killer, attacker, and predator. However, are sharks really preying on humans? I view sharks as God’s perfect predator and scavenger. Sharks, like lions, weed out the sick and

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    Every year there are thousands and millions of sharks dying in the ocean simply, because of a soup? Not a soup that makes you feel or look any younger, nor does it cure a sickness, but because of a delicacy. Sharks are at a high demand mainly in East Asia. Shark Finning is the removal of the shark’s fins while they are still alive and throwing the rest of its body back in the ocean where it takes a painful death. Seeing that sharks are on top of the ecosystem, their population is also decreasing

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    long (the same size as an adult great white shark!), and can weigh 2,000 pounds. This monster of the deep is the Greenland Shark. Although this massive creature seems like a monster, humans actually rarely come in contact with it, making this shark even more elusive. Surprisingly, this shark is actually very important, let’s find out why. Even though the Greenland shark sounds like a horrible beast, one could even say it looks kind of cute. This shark sports a round, tubular body, like a torpedo

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    Shark finning should stop. Shark poaching or finning has been going on for a while to make a dish called “shark fin soup”. People who eat that most likely don’t know what happens to make it. Poachers catch the sharks, and put them on their boats and hold them down while they cut all of their fins off. The worst part is once they’re done, they drop them back into the water and make them suffer as they lose tons of blood, and later suffocate or be eaten by other animals. It makes me feel sorry for

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    The Shark Ethos

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    of unmanageable algae taking over our coasts. Imagine a world with a huge spike in greenhouse gases, and a dramatic decline of natural oxygen production. This is a world without the most feared and misunderstood creature that rules our oceans, the Shark. In an advertisement published by WWF, it conveys the message of what we should actually be fearing, the fall of our marine ecosystems and what that will do to humanity. The advertisement uses all three appeals of ethos, pathos, and logos to push their

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    Sharks Sharks are one of the most feared carnivores in the sea. There are 365 species of of sharks in the sea as we know today. All sharks are carnivores. Most of them eat live fish, including other sharks. A shark's most common natural enemy is an another shark. Most sharks eat their prey whole, or they tear off large chunks of the bodies. Some sharks crush their prey. Others take out small pieces off flesh from large fish. Sharks also feed on dead or dying animals. Sharks have the reputation

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    The ecology of sharks Sharks skin has the sharks the sticky substance in a sharks toung is also found found in a woman's lubricant. Sharks are very exciting crwaters some people thing of them as a dangours of some type of monstars. but to me their a lot different in my eyes they have many different things that make them really excitting to learn about . in this essay you will learn about all the really cool things you may or may not know about sharks The interspecific relationships

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    trend will continue. Sharks unfortunately are a species that are at high risk due to the actions of humans. Yet until recently they weren’t given very much attention. So now that the public is aware that something is going wrong with sharks what can they do to change it. The public could start with simple things to just become more environmentally friendly. They could recycle their plastics, try to reduce their contribution to climate change and become more educated about sharks. The next step they

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    How Sharks Hunt Ever wonder how Sharks are known as one of the best hunters in the sea? Find out in this essay about the hunting life of sharks. Sharks are one of the most unique species in the seas, especially for hunting, they have specialized teeth, nostrils, and even have specialized cells and chemicals in their body to help them function. With their senses they can smell blood from miles away, once the shark is in the process of looking for the source of the blood, they use their smelling as

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    1 Lots of people seem to have misconceptions about sharks; they're man-eating killing machines, they're aggressive towards humans; they're unimportant to the ocean's ecosystem. I highly disagree with these notions. In fact, I believe sharks are one of the greatest animals on the planet. Despite the stigma surrounding sharks and their history in Hollywood movies (see: Jaws, Sharknado, Deep Blue Sea, etc), sharks actually aren't very aggressive towards humans at all. Statistics show that youhave approximately

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