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Gliding through the world’s tropical waters with wide-open mouths, whale sharks are slow giants that suck in their...read more

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Sand tiger sharks hover in the water as they patiently wait for fish to swim by. To hover, they gulp air at the water’s...read more

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Gliding through the open ocean with their heavy bodies and paddle-like fins, oceanic whitetip sharks are an elusive...read more

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Reaching speeds up to 60 miles per hour, mako sharks are the fastest sharks in the world! Their powerful tails drive...read more

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Hammerhead sharks are known to use their uniquely shaped heads. They use them to pin down stingrays before taking a...read more

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Great white sharks are fearsome ocean hunters! Their 300 sharp teeth and curved tails allow these predators to make quick...read more

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Named for their striking color, blue sharks ride open-ocean currents looking for their next meal. Giant eyes give these...read more

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Angel sharks glide along the sea bottom using their flat, winglike fins. When they find the right spot, they wiggle under...read more

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Bounding across the Great Plains at up to 53 miles (85 kilometers) per hour, pronghorn are grassland survivors! The...read more

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Their name and appearance may send chills down your spine, but thorny devils are far from fearsome! Their dangerous looks...read more

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