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Thursday, February 21, 2019

Most POWERFUL Sharks In The World!

Check out the Most POWERFUL Sharks In The World! From the biggest shark to the rarest ocean predators, this top 10 list of amazing sharks roaming the ocean will amaze you! Subscribe For New Videos! http://goo.gl/UIzLeB Watch our "REAL Mermaid Sightings Around The World!" video here: https://youtu.be/ChM0CBRmVsM Watch our "10 Sea Monsters ATTACKING A Boat!" video here: https://youtu.be/0XROvoPCDNc Watch our "STRANGEST Animals People Keep As Pets!" video here: https://youtu.be/OMa96nPqz-Y 10. Dusky Shark Dusky sharks live in tropical and temperate waters across the globe and love to travel! They have far-reaching migration patterns- often reaching the poles in summer, and returning to equatorial waters in the winter… a journey that's as much as 2000 miles. 9. Caribbean Reef Shark Caribbean reef sharks are found along the coastline between Florida and Brazil and tend to stick to the outer edges of reefs, hence their name. They can often be seen swimming at depths of about 100 feet, but have been recorded as low as 1250 feet below sea level in the search for their favorite meals, such as rays and bony fish. 8. Galapagos Shark Galapagos sharks are a slender, grey species that can be found in circumtropical locations near sheltered features. They can grow to up to 9.5 feet long, and the largest ever weighed tipped the scales at 430 pounds. They are quite tricky to distinguish from dusky sharks and reef sharks, with the telltale sign being a rounded tip on its first dorsal fin. 7. Blue Shark Blue sharks are easily recognizable for their bright blue, torpedo-shaped design, and are found around the world in temperate and tropical waters. Unfortunately, this species is one of the most overfished types of shark and is classified as ‘near threatened' by the international union for the conservation of nature. Between 10 and 20 million blue sharks are killed by human capture every year, where they are used for their fins, skin, and flesh- and there's serious concern that their conservation status will rapidly decline if this continues. 6. Oceanic Whitetip Shark The slow-moving Oceanic Whitetip shark inhabits tropical and warm waters and was described by Jacques Cousteau as the most dangerous of all sharks. They are solitary animals, growing to up to 13 feet long in rare cases, and weighing as much as 370 pounds. They have strong jaws and teeth and are stubbornly aggressive- often returning to finish off what they have started. 5. Lemon Shark Lemon sharks are the most studied of all the species of shark- mainly because they are much easier to keep in captivity than the others, and so have provided researchers with the opportunity to closely observe their behavior. They normally grow to around 11 feet long, weigh about 420 pounds, and are found along the warmer coastal waters of the Atlantic and Pacific. 4. Shortfin Mako Shark Shortfin Mako Sharks, also commonly called blue pointers, are the fasting species of shark in the world- able to achieve bursts of speed of up to 42 miles per hour!! They are also one of the most colorful species, with deep purples and bright blues on the top, with silver and white along their sides and underneath. 3. Bull Shark Bull sharks are extremely large and powerful fish. They can grow to around 11.5 feet and 500 pounds and have the strongest bite of any fish- measured at 1330 pounds of force- So far! Because researchers are trying to find a better way to measure a shark’s bite force, and it is not easy!! 2. Tiger Shark Tiger sharks are also very impressive and can be identified by the striped patterns across their bodies while juveniles, although as they reach adulthood these markings completely disappear. Most grow to up to 14 feet long, can weigh as much as 1400 pounds, and in the wild, they can live for 15 years. 1. Great White Shark This brings us to the most powerful shark in the world… The Great White. They are by far the most famous shark from starring in numerous movies, but even though they are usually depicted as being far more aggressive than they actually are, there’s no doubt that they are the ocean’s most dangerous predator. Origins Explained is the place to be to find all the answers to your questions, from mysterious events and unsolved mysteries to everything there is to know about the world and its amazing animals!

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