Facts about tiger sharks

The longest tiger shark was caught in 1957 in the waters of Thailand. Its length was 7.4 meters The heaviest tiger shark was caught on March 28, 2004 off the coast of Ulladallah (Australia). The weight of this shark was about 810 kg Tiger Shark eats everything that sees. In the stomach of one of […]

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Facts about great white sharks

A great white shark is well known for its size – it is known that the largest species of the species have reached or even exceeded 6 meters in length and weighed up to 2,268 kg. Sexual maturity of the white shark reaches at the age of 15 years, and the average life expectancy of […]

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Facts about sharks

Sharks do not have a single bone in the body. Their backbone consists of cartilages. Almost all sharks move their whole life. Movement for sharks is life, water passes through their gills, supplying oxygen to the blood. If the shark stops, then it suffocates and dies. Sharks have very good hearing. They can hear fish […]

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Facts about crows

Crows are very intelligent. So, with the impending danger for their children, they can throw stones from the nests directly at people. What would not be like it was. Communication with each other in crows is very interesting. They interpret the “spoken” by other members of the flock along the beak. Black birds are monogamous […]

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