By: G E Barr
THE WASTEBASKET OF THE SEATiger sharks are omnivorous creatures which can grow to be 14 feet long and weigh as much as 1900 pounds. They literally will eat anything, including tires and metal objects. They will also eat human beings and are infamous for attacking...
How whales evolved
By: Urbands
The mammals are indicated to be of a certain shape that is coherent with their development. The characteristics have a function similar to their lungs to the use of glands. Whales have evolved from the early existence. At the point of sound an element to...
Eating habits of Great White sharks
By: P.L. Hubble
The Great White shark, scientifically named Carcharodon carcharias, is the breed of shark that comes to mind whenever we think of shark attacks. The movie "Jaws" is mostly responsible for this. In reality, there have only been about 250 shark attacks reported in almost 150...
By: G E Barr
CARCHARODON CARCHARIASWhite sharks are known to be cannabilistic and will raise their heads above the surface to, it is believed, analyze the location of prey, by smell. But it depends on the type of prey.White sharks have a variety of shark attack moves in...
The hunting habits of bull sharks
By: Scottie Westfall
The Shark of the River and SeaOn the Mississippi River, not far from the town of Alton, Illinois, two commercial fishermen set out their traps. Herbert Cope and Drudge Collins were familiar with this stretch of the river, and they had made a modest living...
By: Jane Allyson
Sometimes you may want to find out the gender of a baby shark, and surprisingly enough many people DO want to know. Although they may look exactly like their parents when they are born, which is a smaller version of "I am going to kill...
By: Mayflor Markusic
Fear would strike into the heart of anyone who had the misfortune of coming face-to-face with a shark. However, the goblin shark (scientific name: Mistukurina owstoni) produces two distinctly different reactions. One reaction is a combination of horror and revulsion. The goblin shark, besides its...
The metamorphosis from polliwog to frog
By: Rick Bavera
Polliwog. An interesting word. The word itself comes in a variety of forms, and has changed over time. The word first appeared in Middle English as "polwygle" and comes from words that mean "head" and "to wiggle." And that is what a polliwog is...
Uses for shark cartilage
By: Eileen Hughes
Shark Cartilage is taken from the hammerhead, and spiny dogfish sharks, and cow (bovine) and other animals then made into a powder. The protein of collagen is found in the connective tissues of skin, bone and cartilage.Shark cartilage first became popular as a nutritional...
Whales: How sound frequencies stored in DNA affect survival
By: Dr Ana Garcia Phd
Our emotional struggles are simply energy struggles; we use manipulation in our relationships in order to feed ourselves with other people's energies because we are disconnected from the source, the only place from where we can get unlimited energy supply, never-ending, never lacking; the only...

 

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