www.livescience.com/6478-hammerhead-sharks-evolved.html

May 20, 2010 ... Hammerhead sharks appeared 20 million years ago and evolved into some ... A study led by Virginia Tech showed the great hammerhead, ...

sta.uwi.edu/fst/lifesciences/sites/default/files/lifesciences/documents/ogatt/Sphyrna_mokarran%20-%20Great%20Hammerhead%20Shark.pdf

TRAITS. There are eight species of shark in the genus Sphyrna. Of all eight species, the great hammerhead shark is the most massive in size. A mature male  ...

galapagosconservation.org.uk/wildlife/scalloped_hammerhead_shark

The scalloped hammerhead shark is one of the most iconic marine species and the Galapagos Marine Reserve remains one of the best places in the world to ...

en.sharkiller.com/pages/main/dangerous_sharks/6522/index.shtml

It's not a secret to anyone, that sharks are the most dangerous inhabitants of the World Ocean. That's why we are going to talk about the Great hammerhead ...

tpwd.texas.gov/fishing/sea-center-texas/flora-fauna-guide/gulf-waters/animals-of-the-gulf-waters/great-hammerhead

Great hammerheads are large, even by shark standards, growing to more than 15 feet long. Large as they are, these sharks can turn quickly with the help of their  ...

www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmars.2017.00003/full

Large-bodied, broadly distributed tropical shark typically restricted to coastal and shelf habitats, the great hammerhead shark Sphyrna mokarran epitomizes ...

outdoors360.com/people-swim-with-14-foot-great-hammerhead-shark-and-the-internet-goes-nuts

Last week videos circulated on social media featuring a 14-foot Great Hammerhead shark off the Montagu foreshore in just inches of water. The Bahamas ...

mentalfloss.com/article/534824/facts-about-hammerhead-sharks

Three hammerhead species have a high risk of extinction: the great hammerhead , which is threatened by the shark fin trade and bycatch (unwanted fish ...

www.sportdiver.com/marine-species-id-great-hammerhead-vs-scalloped-and-smooth-hammerhead

Mar 1, 2018 ... Of course, all hammerhead sharks can be identified by heads that expand laterally, making the shape of a hammer. But the great hammerhead ...