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 What is a cookiecutter shark?

Answer Predatory parasitic fish known as cookiecutter sharks, or Isistius brasiliensis, reside 11,500 feet below the ocean's surface in tropical and subtropical waters. The 20-inch sharks' bodies glow to ... Read More »
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How do cookiecutter sharks get their name?

Cookiecutter sharks (Isistius brasiliensis) earn their name by the circular bite wounds they inflict on their prey. These wounds are inflicted by the shark attaching itself to the prey with its lip... Read More »
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What is a big shark that is known as a basking shark?

The basking shark (Cetorhinus maximus) is also known as the sunfish, sailfish, bone shark and elephant shark. The basking shark is the second-largest shark in the world, measuring 22 to 29 feet lon... Read More »
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How Big Can a Shark Get?

The University of Florida notes that there are more than 375 shark species in existence today. While today's sharks grow large, they do not reach the size of a now extinct shark that was the larges... Read More »
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