How Do Sharks Move?

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A shark has the ideal body for movement or swimming. The shark's skeleton is made entirely of cartilage, which makes them lighter than other fish. Sharks use their fins to steer and use forward momentum to adjust their depth.
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they move their tail back and forth which propells them forwards.
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Ancient relatives of sharks first appeared in the world's oceans about 400 million years ago. Today, sharks are classified among the elasmobranchs, which also includes the rays and skates. There are over 350 known species... More »
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Sharks move or swim by using their caudal fin to propel the rest of their body. Did you know that if a shark does not swim it will sink to the bottom of the ocean? You can find more information here: http://graysreef.noaa.gov/tw/sharks.html
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