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  1. Swim with the Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive: Outsell, Outmanage, Outmotivate, and Outnegotiate Your Competition (Collins Business Essentials) by Harvey B. Mackay, 2005-02-01
  2. The $12 Million Stuffed Shark: The Curious Economics of Contemporary Art by Don Thompson, 2010-04-13
  3. Shark vs. Train by Chris Barton, 2010-04-01
  4. I Survived:The Shark Attacks of 1916 by Lauren Tarshis, 2010-09-01
  5. Everything Kids' Sharks Book: Dive Into Fun-infested Waters! (Everything Kids Series) by Kathi Wagner, Obe Wagner, 2005-02-01
  6. The Shark and the Goldfish: Positive Ways to Thrive During Waves of Change by Jon Gordon, 2009-09-22
  7. Amazing Sharks! (I Can Read Book 2) by Sarah L. Thomson, 2006-10-01
  8. The Raw Shark Texts: A Novel by Steven Hall, 2008-04-11
  9. The Best Book of Sharks by Claire Llewellyn, 2005-04-14
  10. The Great Shark Hunt: Strange Tales from a Strange Time by Hunter S. Thompson, 2003-11-01
  11. Sand Sharks (Deborah Knott Mysteries) by Margaret Maron, 2010-11-01
  12. Shark in the Park (Usborne Phonics Readers) by Phil Roxbee Cox, 2006-12
  13. Shark Dialogues by Kiana Davenport, 1995-08-01
  14. Sharks (Priddy Books Big Ideas for Little People) by Roger Priddy, 2005-10-21

1. Shark - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Wikipedia provides a great deal of information about sharks, their biology and classification, accompanied by photographs and diagrams.
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Fossil range: Late Devonian - Recent
Grey reef shark
Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos Scientific classification Phylum: Chordata
Subphylum: Vertebrata
Class: Chondrichthyes
Subclass: Elasmobranchii
Superorder: Selachimorpha

... Sharks Portal Sharks superorder Selachimorpha ) is not a type of fish with a full cartilaginous skeleton and a streamlined body. They respire with the use of five to seven gill slits. Sharks have a covering of dermal denticles that protect their skin from damage and parasites and improve fluid dynamics ; they also have replaceable teeth. Shark teeth are prized by collectors for their beauty, and because they are surviving relics of ancient sharks that are now extinct. Sharks range in size from the small pygmy shark Euprotomicrus bispinatus whale shark Rhincodon typus baleen whales , feeds only on plankton squid , and small fish through filter feeding . The bull shark Carcharhinus leucas , is the best known of several species to swim in both salt and fresh water and in deltas

2. Sharks
Shark facts, photos, clip art and activities.
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3. Zoom Sharks - Enchanted Learning Software
sharks at Zoom School is all about sharks, shark anatomy, extinct sharks, shark fossils, etc.
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4. San Jose Sharks - The Official Web Site
My sharks Account by Ticketmaster lets you edit and update your sharks Profile, make a payment, view your current invoice and contact your personal account
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5. Diving With Sharks: Great White Sharks - Cage Diving
Scuba diving with sharks, shark diving information, shark photos, shark videos, and shark diving vacations from!
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Diving With Sharks takes all the guesswork out of shark diving adventure travel and delivers what you are looking for...sharks!
With four top rated shark diving vessels at your disposal, multiple peak season White shark expedition dates to choose from and over 14 years combined shark handling experience, we will get you face to face with a Great White this fall. Our staff know this dive site as only qualified shark handlers know Great Whites. They will answer all your questions and guide you into the wild world of Isla Guadalupe. It's all about high adventure and an expedition that leave you breathless. It's the once-in-a-lifetime kind if rush that you can only get cage diving with Great White sharks!
Your next adventure vacation involves a 2700 pound Great White shark, his name is "Fat Tony". It will be you, in a cage, at one of the last places on the planet where you can consistently see Great Whites from California. Thought this could never happen to you?
Make this your year to discover Isla Guadalupe and the oceans top predator just inches from our industries largest and best built shark cages. Divers seeking a week long encounter with the ocean's ultimate predator no longer need to travel over 5000 miles to South Africa or Australia. This newly named "Bio-Sphere Reserve" located 200 miles into the Pacific has it all

6. Florida Museum Of Natural History Ichthyology Department
Attack statistics, breaking news about sharks, information about Great white and Megamouth sharks, shark attack file, and a commercial shark fishery
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The Florida Program for Shark Research (FPSR) is involved in many areas of shark research, including shark biology, ecology, and behavior. In addition, the FPSR monitors shark attacks through the International Shark Attack File and promotes shark conservation and educational outreach through such programs as Project Shark Awareness. NSRC The National Shark Research Consortium (NSRC) is a cooperative initiative involving four leading shark research organizations, the Florida Museum of Natural History (FLMNH), Moss Landing Marine Laboratories(MLML), Mote Marine Laboratory (MML), and Virginia Institute of Marine Science (VIMS). Ongoing independent and cooperative research projects gather data on the biology, ecology, and behavior of elasmobranchs needed for enlightened fishery management. AES The American Elasmobranch Society (AES) is a professional scientific society of international researchers studying sharks, skates, rays, chimaeras and their near-relatives. AES publishes the American Elasmobranch Society Quarterly Newsletter and actively promotes the conservation and enlightened fishery management of elasmobranchs. IUCN/SSG The IUCN Shark Specialist Group (IUCN/SSG) is composed of biologists and conservation experts which promote action to arrest the loss of the world's biological diversity and to restore threatened species to safe and productive population levels. If you're interested in sharks, the Shark News newsletters are must sees for many expert articles on sharks and shark conservation.

7. Sharks And Their Relatives
Books for Young Readers Take a Shark Anatomy Tour. Inside sharks! shark classroom activity appropriate for grades 48. Classroom Activity
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shark classroom activity appropriate for grades 4-8.

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8. NOVA Online | Island Of The Sharks
Information about sharks and sharkmasters.
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Costa Rica's Cocos Island boasts more sharks per cubic yard of water than perhaps any other place on the planet, including whitetip reef sharks, 40-foot whale sharks, and hammerheads that school by the hundreds. On this latest NOVA/PBS Online Adventure, we joined Howard and Michele Hall, two of the world's leading underwater filmmakers, as they dove into this shark-infested paradise to shoot an IMAX large-format film, "Island of the Sharks."
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9. Shark Research Institute- Shark Conservation, Education, Research
Shark Research Institute, shark week, tiburon, shark research organization, conducts and sponsors research on sharks and promotes the conservation of
Join the Shark Research Institute mailing list Email: Sections: About SRI Expeditions Adopt A Shark Membership ... Peter Benchley Conservation Award
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10. Shocking Sharks Student Page Similar pages Octopus Eats Shark
Link to teacher page. Shocking Sharks!
by Pat Dobson and Laura Carlson Introduction ... Conclusion
Sharks! They shock, terrify, and startle us, yet no other creatures have the power to capture our imaginations in such a dramatic way.
The Task You and your partner have been hired by Sea World to study sharks and write/produce a shark commercial or adventure story. First, surf the Internet to learn all about sharks. Record this information on the Shark Cluster Map. Next, choose two sharks to compare and contrast. Record this information on the Shark Venn Diagram. Finally, you and your partner will be prepared to write your shark commercial or adventure story.
Resources Be careful, you are in shark infested waters! Shark facts. Aquafacts - Sharks National Geographic Shark Surfari! Sharks - Fact and Fantasy ... Monterey Bay Aquarium-Sharks The Process With your partner, surf the Internet for information on sharks. If you have the program , click here to download this Shark Cluster Map to record general shark information. (After downloading, go to the desktop to open the map.)

11. San Jose Sharks - San Jose Mercury News
Coverage of the San Jose sharks from the San Jose Mercury News.
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12. Welcome To Ocean Of Know
Introduction to these predatory marine animals, with additional information regarding shark anatomy, senses, and diversity.

13. Sharks Field Trip Trailhead
Did you know that about 80% of the shark species have never attacked humans? sharks are found in all the oceans of the world, but there are only four
Shark s Field Trip
Trailhead Teacher's Resources Start Field Trip Did you know that about 80% of the shark species have never attacked humans? Sharks are found in all the oceans of the world, but there are only four species that are considered dangerous: the great white shark (known to most of us courtesy of the movie "Jaws"), tiger shark, bull shark and oceanic whitetip shark. Humans are not the preferred food of sharks despite public hysteria and opinion to the contrary. Research suggests it to be a case of mistaken identity. Read about this and much more on this virtual tour of sharks. Objectives
  • Students will be introduced to sharks and their environment. Students will learn why a shark is a fish and not a mammal. Students will be taken to various Web sites where they can research various types of information about sharks. Students will learn why sharks are on the endangered species list and learn about how they can participate in the conservation of these amazing animals.

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15. Sharks
If you are looking for information about a specific type of shark, click on our companion Shark Species page where will find connections to hundreds of more
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If you are looking for information about a specific type of shark, click on our companion Shark Species page where will find connections to hundreds of more websites containing additional pictures and information. Easier
- Most people think of a shark as being a large, ferocious fish that has sharp teeth and feeds on meat. But in truth a shark can be one of over 370 different types and range in size from the whale shark, the largest of all fish that measure up to forty feet long, to the smallest shark, the spined pygmy shark that only grow to a length of about six inches. Harder - Sharks are found in all types of oceans including the arctic, but most are found in warm seas. Some prefer the spacious ocean depths, others are found in coastal waters, a few enter rivers and lakes that empty into the sea, and one species found in India and Pakistan lives only in freshwater rivers. Sharks are different from most other kinds of fish. They have a unique boneless skeleton that is composed of tough, elastic cartilage. Most sharks have a rounded tough-skinned, streamlined shaped body, somewhat like a torpedo. This helps them to swim. Unlike most fish, sharks do not have a swim bladder. Instead their oversized liver is filled with an oil that is lighter-weight than water. This also aids their swimming ability. Even so, most sharks must constantly swim or their body would sink.

16. SDNHM: Shark School
Find out about sharks that live off the coast of San Diego and Baja California. We have descriptions of sharks, faqs, a glossary, and some games to play.
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Check out these frequently asked questions about sharks. Shark Parts
What are the ampullae of Lorenzini? Find out in this anatomy of a shark. Shark Glossary
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Is it a shark or is it a ray? Discover the similarities and compare the differences. Fish and Games
Angle your way through puzzles and posers about sharks. From the Shore to the Deep Blue Sea
Explore ten shark species found in the waters off of southern California and northern Baja California.
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17. Sharks , Great White Sharks, Tiger Sharks At explains sharks , great white sharks , tiger sharks, pictures of sharks and hammerhead sharks.
All About Sharks
Feared by most, loved my some and hunted by many, sharks are one of the most mysterious groups of creatures roaming the Earth today. Defined as a fish with a full cartilaginous skeleton and a sleek, streamlined body, a shark can range in size from the two foot pygmy shark, to the colossal 50-foot whale shark. There are more than 250 different species of sharks currently identified, making it one of the most diverse animal genera on the planet. Sharks are found in every major body of saltwater in the world, but are more common in warmer waters. There are a small number of shark species that do thrive in fresh water, and certain sharks have been known to venture from their saltwater homes to major freshwater lakes and rivers. Most members of the Shark family are predatory, though some are more ferocious than others. Ironically, the largest of the shark species, the whale shark and basking shark, are virtually harmless plankton eaters. Sharks have an extraordinary sense of smell when it comes to hunting prey, and have been known to be able to sense visually undetectable amounts of animal blood dispersed into the water from considerable distances. Uncover more about sharks below, including the origin and evolution of sharks, information on the infamous great white shark, the bull shark, tiger sharks, hammerhead sharks, mako sharks and more.

18. NPCA | Sharks
Black Tip Reef Shark Factoid 1 sharks can find prey by following the electrical impulses that animals emit, and some species of shark can smell a drop of
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Factoid #1: Sharks can find prey by following the electrical impulses that animals emit, and some species of shark can smell a drop of blood in one million drops of seawater. Factoid #2: Sharks have an unlimited supply of teeth that are set in layered rows in the gums. If one tooth falls out, a tooth from another layer takes its place. A shark may shed as many as 50,000 teeth in its lifetime. This is one reason why prehistoric shark teeth are the most commonly found fossils. Status: Unknown, but in general, species are declining. Population: The worldwide population of each species of shark is unknown. Threats: Shark populations in many areas have declined from excessive fishing and unintentional catching in fishnets. Survival: Scientists often examine animal teeth to determine age, but this technique isn't possible with sharks because they go through so many teeth during their lives. This makes determining the age of a shark difficult, so the lifespan of sharks isn't known.

19. Shark Photos And Video, Phillip Colla Natural History Photography
Underwater photographs and information about many species of sharks and rays.
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20. Monterey Bay Aquarium: Aquarium Exhibits - Sharks: Myth And Mystery
sharks Myth and Mystery exhibit at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, Monterey, California, features sharks and rays from around the world and the ways people
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