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Interesting Facts about Hammerhead Sharks
Hammerhead sharks are a group of sharks that got their name because of the shape of their head. Sharks are a type of fish. The head is flattened and it extends to a wide structure that is shaped like a hammer, and this structure is called a cephalofoil. There are nine species of hammerhead sharks.
Did you know?
- Hammerhead sharks live to be about 20 to 30 years old.
- The eyes of hammerhead sharks are located on both ends of their wide head.
- Hammerhead sharks pin their prey, which are usually stingrays, to the ground with their cephalofoil. Other than stingrays, hammerhead sharks also eat crabs, squid, and lobster.
- The average length of hammerhead sharks range between three and 20 feet.
- The largest species of hammerhead sharks is the great hammerhead. They grow to be as long as 13 feet, and they weigh about 500 pounds.
- Hammerhead sharks swim in schools of about 10 or 20. Some species of hammerhead sharks swim in schools of up to 200. Although they swim in large groups, they hunt alone.
Although people are afraid of hammerhead sharks, most species do not harm people. The only real dangerous species is the great hammerhead shark, but shark attacks are rare.