"Hi Ms. Melissa- I’m super glad your back to answering more shark questions. I love sharky Sunday! What’s the most dangerous part of a shark?" -Emilia
I’m so glad you enjoy Sharky Sunday. Thanks for your question!
To me, it kind of depends the shark. A whale shark’s most “dangerous” feature is it’s size- humans who swim too close to its caudal fin have actually been knocked over (accidentally, of course). For a sawtooth shark, it’s its rostrum- wildly swinging that around looks like it can hurt you! For other sharks, the “dangerous feature” might be their super-sharp teeth. And for some, it may be their skin- rubbing up the wrong way on those dermal denticles really leaves you with painful scratches… especially if you stay in the salt water. Remember, these are predators who are very efficient in what they do.
"Hi ms. Marquez- what is your favorite part about a tiger shark (since you said it was yr favorite animal a while back)?"
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EVC's question: What is an aggregation?
EVC's question: Do all large sharks search for food in aggregation, any loners?