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Sharks differ from other fishes in their teeth. They don’t have them fused into jaws, and they replace them very quickly. Get the collection of fantastic shark coloring pictures below. You can color them with your favorites colors. Happy coloring

Most sharks have long, cylindrical bodies. On each side of the head, they have between five and seven-gill slits, although some species have an additional opening called the spiracle. Many of them have a pointed snout.

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Sharks are remarkably adapted to their environment. Over time, they have developed organs that are susceptible to the slightest drop of blood, or the slightest vibration or movement.

Sharks have a good sense of sight. They have developed a brain superior to other fish, making them the predators of the sea.

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Megalodon Shark Coloring Pages
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Pinkfong Baby Shark Coloring Pages
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Great White Shark Coloring Pages

For about 400 million years, sharks have been evolving. This has allowed them to adopt different shapes and sizes, creating new organs, developing their senses, etc.

This evolutionary process has resulted in the diversity of species that exist; today, 368 species of sharks are recognized.

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Bull Shark Coloring Pages
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Coloring Pages Baby Shark
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Coloring Pages Of A Great White Shark
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Free Coloring Pages Shark
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Free Printable Great White Shark Coloring Pages
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Adult Shark Coloring Pages

Sharks will be found in any of the oceans we have on Earth, and they are animals that prefer open waters so they will rarely be found near the coast.

When this happens, it is mainly because the animal feels disoriented since they are usually guided a lot by the sea currents. If these have been disturbed due to bad weather or strong wind, they are more likely to approach beaches or lower waters.

They have a preference for colder waters, generally inhabiting the shallower water level, with only a few species preferring to go deeper, or even touching the seabed, but this is not what will predominate in this species.

They are animals that like to be surrounded by their own. However, the bigger they are, the more they tend to separate from their group, traveling alone or with a tiny group of other specimens, gathering only when they are going to reproduce.

The diet of sharks is very varied; they feed mainly on fish, crustaceans, mollusks, plankton, and even other sharks.

Sharks use their senses of smell and vision to find potential victims using the element of surprise as a mode of attack.

These species do not need large amounts of food to compensate for the energy expended by the long journeys they undergo.