Adaptations of Sharks?

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Sharks have several adaptations that aid their survival in their habitat. They have fins and streamlined bodies that that enable them to swim through water. Sharks have gills, which they use to take in oxygen directly out of the water. These fish also have many sharp teeth, which make them fierce predators.
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by there gillls and alot of time.
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The handsomely marked Leopard Shark is often encountered in California
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Cheetah:long legs.flexible elastic spine.padding on feet.claws that help with traction.large nostrils to help oxygen intake while running. Shark:fins.sensing electromagnetic energy
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Don't have a blooming clue lol Anonymous
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