St. Louis Aquarium Foundation
What species of shark has stripes when they are young that turn into spots as they get older?
A zebra shark's "whiskers" help them find food by allowing them to:
wriggle into tight places in a coral reef where their food might be hiding
Zebra sharks can grow to be about ______ feet long.
Zebra sharks and nurse sharks are nocturnal, which means they:
are most active during the day
are most active at night
are never really very active
In the wild, how often might a shark eat?
Once every 1-2 weeks
Once every 1-2 hours
Once every day
Blacknose sharks are relatively small sharks, and are around _____ feet long when the are full grown.
A shallow coastal, bottom-dwelling shark species that likes warm tropical waters is the _______ .
Great white shark
Sharks are at the top of their food chain, meaning they are ________ predators.
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