Shark Quick Facts
Did you know there are 368 kinds of sharks? Did you know that sharks do not have bones, but rather have soft cartilage in their skeletons? Did you know that sharks have many teeth in rows? Did you know that a shark's sense of smell is 10,000 times better than a human's? Sharks are ancient creatures and have been around for 420 million years. Commonly known types of sharks include: great white shark, tiger shark, whale shark and hammerhead shark. Learn more facts about sharks at easyscienceforkids.
There are simple instructions at hellowonderful for making an Easy Cardboard Shark Costume, a Paper Tube Shark, a Clothespin Shark, and some Shark Suncatchers, among other projects for preschoolers. For more creative fun, you will find out how to make Paper Roll Sharks, Paper Plate Shark Jaws, Paper Plate Shark Masks, Shark Popcorn Holders, along with ideas for a Shark Party at redtedart.
What does a shark like to eat with peanut butter? Jellyfish!
Where do sharks go for vacation? Fin-land.
Why won't sharks eat clowns? Because they taste funny.
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