Where Do Sharks Live?

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There are more than 150 different kinds of sharks. All of these live in salt water, except for one species that lives in the fresh waters of Lake Nicaragua in Central America. Actually, sharks do not live in any one “spot”, because they wander hundreds of miles looking for prey.
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Sharks are large, intelligent fish that feed on anything from small plankton to other fish. There are over 440 species in the super-order Selachimorpha, the main classification group
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Sharks live mostly in the water because sharks are fishes,they live in oceans,rivers and lakes.
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the sharks at the Pacific.
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The largest shark ever to live was megalodon, Upto 67 ft long.
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Sharks inhabit the costal and open ocean regions around the world. There are a few species who live in freshwater habitats.
Sharks are aquatic mammals that reside in all of the world's oceans with some shark types such as the bull sharks being found in the Amazon river at times. Sharks have evolved over a period of 450 million years.
Sharks live in the oceans around the world. They can live in saltwaters, freshwaters, swamps and lagoons. There are more than 300 types of sharks.
Sharks find their home in the oceans. Sharks can be found in every ocean on earth. There is actually a fresh water shark that finds its home in South America.
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