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Name:Hammerhead shark

Item No:RC16075S

Product Size:27,5cm x 10,5cm x 8,5cm (l x w x h)

Scientific Data :

RC16075S

Name:Hammerhead shark


Order:Carcharhiniformes


Diet;Carnivore


Habitat:Warmer waters, coastlines, continental shelves.


Animal class:Fish


Figure size:27,5cm x 10,5cm x 8,5cm (l x w x h)


Real size:3,0 ft to 19,7 ft long


Weight:3 to 580 kg


Conservation status:Endangered


Features:Unusual and distinctive structure of their heads, which are flattened and laterally extended into a "hammer". Small mouth on the underside. Fins and large tailfin.

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RC16075S

Name:Hammerhead shark


Order:Carcharhiniformes


Diet;Carnivore


Habitat:Warmer waters, coastlines, continental shelves.


Animal class:Fish


Figure size:27,5cm x 10,5cm x 8,5cm (l x w x h)


Real size:3,0 ft to 19,7 ft long


Weight:3 to 580 kg


Conservation status:Endangered


Features:Unusual and distinctive structure of their heads, which are flattened and laterally extended into a "hammer". Small mouth on the underside. Fins and large tailfin.


Did you know? The hammerhead shark is known for forming schools during the day, and when the evening falls they hunt solitary? The positioning of the eyes, mounted on the sides of the shark's distinctive hammer head, gives the shark good 360-degree vision in the vertical plane, meaning they can see above

and below them at all times?


QUESTION: What are the electronically sensory pores called that all sharks have?


ANSWER: ampullae of Lorenzini.