Shark Close Video clips

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Shark Close Video clips

Shark Close Video clips

Sharks, together with rays and skates, make up the subclass Elasmobranchii of the Chondrichthyes.

Sharks differ from other elasmobranchs, however, and resemble ordinary fishes, in the fusiform shape of their body and in the location of their gill clefts on each side of the head.

Though there are exceptions, sharks typically have a tough skin that is dull gray in colour and is roughened by toothlike scales.

They also usually have a muscular, asymmetrical, upturned tail; pointed fins; and a pointed snout extending forward and over a crescentic mouth set with sharp triangular teeth.

Sharks have no swim bladder and must swim perpetually to keep from sinking to the bottom.

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