How Are Sharks Adapted to Their Habitat?


Sharks are very adapt predators when in their habitat, the ocean. They are excellent swimmers and can locate a drop of blood in the water from a very long distance. Sharks breathe underwater by swimming constantly.
Q&A Related to "How Are Sharks Adapted to Their Habitat?"
sharks are adapted to their habitats because it can camaflage in the rocks! they also use their gills to use for oxygen.
Dolphins possess lungs proportionately smaller than those of humans but which utilize oxygen far more efficiently. Increased amounts of myoglobin in their blood allows for effective
The class of sharks called dogfish are flat
dolphins suit there habitat because they can swim fast and they have the blubber to help them live underwater and if you read this some of it is the truth and some of it isn't but
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