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  1. Swim with the Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive: Outsell, Outmanage, Outmotivate, and Outnegotiate Your Competition (Collins Business Essentials) by Harvey B. Mackay, 2005-02-01
  2. The $12 Million Stuffed Shark: The Curious Economics of Contemporary Art by Don Thompson, 2010-04-13
  3. Shark vs. Train by Chris Barton, 2010-04-01
  4. I Survived:The Shark Attacks of 1916 by Lauren Tarshis, 2010-09-01
  5. Everything Kids' Sharks Book: Dive Into Fun-infested Waters! (Everything Kids Series) by Kathi Wagner, Obe Wagner, 2005-02-01
  6. The Shark and the Goldfish: Positive Ways to Thrive During Waves of Change by Jon Gordon, 2009-09-22
  7. Amazing Sharks! (I Can Read Book 2) by Sarah L. Thomson, 2006-10-01
  8. The Raw Shark Texts: A Novel by Steven Hall, 2008-04-11
  9. The Best Book of Sharks by Claire Llewellyn, 2005-04-14
  10. The Great Shark Hunt: Strange Tales from a Strange Time by Hunter S. Thompson, 2003-11-01
  11. Sand Sharks (Deborah Knott Mysteries) by Margaret Maron, 2010-11-01
  12. Shark in the Park (Usborne Phonics Readers) by Phil Roxbee Cox, 2006-12
  13. Shark Dialogues by Kiana Davenport, 1995-08-01
  14. Sharks (Priddy Books Big Ideas for Little People) by Roger Priddy, 2005-10-21

1. Sharks In Australian Waters - Marine Species Conservation
sharks (elasmobranchs) comprise about 1% of all living fishes, and share nearly all the major features of their finned relatives. Like all fishes sharks use gills to extract oxygen
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Sharks ( elasmobranchs ) comprise about 1% of all living fishes, and share nearly all the major features of their finned relatives. Like all fishes sharks use gills to extract oxygen from the water in which they live. Sharks have five to seven gill openings along each side of the head, through which they breathe. Primarily marine fishes, a few have adapted to fresh water, such as the Northern River Shark and Speartooth Sharks ( Glyphis sp A and C respectively) found in the Northern Territory of Australia.

2. Shark - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
sharks (superorder Selachimorpha) are a type of fish with a full cartilaginous skeleton and a highly streamlined body. The earliest known sharks date from more than 420 million
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Fossil range: Silurian–Recent PreЄ O S D ... Grey reef shark (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos) Scientific classification Kingdom: Animalia
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Hybodontiformes Sharks superorder Selachimorpha ) are a type of fish with a full cartilaginous skeleton and a highly streamlined body. The earliest known sharks date from more than 420 million years ago. Since that time, sharks have diversified into 440 species , ranging in size from the small dwarf lanternshark Etmopterus perryi , a deep sea whale shark Rhincodon typus plankton squid , and small fish by filter feeding bull shark and the river shark which can live both in seawater and freshwater They breathe through five to seven gill slits. Sharks have a covering of dermal denticles that protects their skin from damage and parasites , and improves their fluid dynamics so the shark can move faster. They have several sets of replaceable teeth.

3. Official Site Of The Cronulla Sharks - 2011 Memberships Purchase Today
Official web site of the sharks.
http://www.sharks.com.au/

4. Shark Research Institute- Shark Conservation, Education, Elasmobranch Research,
Shark Research Institute, shark week, tiburon, shark research organization, conducts and sponsors research on sharks and promotes the conservation of sharks.
http://sharks.org/
The Shark Research Institute works to correct misperceptions about sharks and stop the slaughter of 100 million sharks annually. A primary conservation strategy of SRI is creating value for sharks as sustainable natural resources for tourism industries, particularly in developing countries. By so doing, a steady revenue stream is also generated for local fishers that might otherwise slaughter the sharks for immediate gain. Current programs involve visual and satellite tracking, behavioral and DNA studies of sharks, ocean advocacy, publications and public education.
Membership is open to all who share our goals including the scientific community, individuals and organizations concerned about the health of the ocean ecosystem and marine resource users: subsistence fishermen, sport divers, governments, corporations and the tourism industry. Join the Shark Research Institute mailing list Email: Sections: About SRI Expeditions Adopt A Shark Membership ... Peter Benchley Conservation Award
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5. Sharks - Video
A video i put together using various shark pictures. If your terrified by sharks then don't watch, (but i did decide to leave out the pictures showing sharks attacking people
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6. NOVA Online | Island Of The Sharks
Information about sharks and sharkmasters.
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Costa Rica's Cocos Island boasts more sharks per cubic yard of water than perhaps any other place on the planet, including whitetip reef sharks, 40-foot whale sharks, and hammerheads that school by the hundreds. On this latest NOVA/PBS Online Adventure, we joined Howard and Michele Hall, two of the world's leading underwater filmmakers, as they dove into this shark-infested paradise to shoot an IMAX large-format film, "Island of the Sharks."
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7. The Official Mobile Web Site - San Jose Sharks
Purchase season tickets, or enter the San Jose sharks site.
http://sharks.nhl.com/

8. Sharks: Attacks, Great White Shark, Species Information
sharks attacks, Great White Shark, Mediterranean sea species. Information about sharks and their behaviour.
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They have been around for 400 millions of years, and some ancient species have existed before dinosaurs. They have evolved from placoderms, a group of primitive jawed fishes. The average lifespan is 20-25 years, but some, like the dogfish shark can live up to 100 years. They eat plankton, carrion, seals, and/or marine mammals and most (over 75%) of the 345+ species, are not even CAPABLE of the act and/or rarely encounter humans.
Like most large hunters, sharks are slow growing, reach maturity late, and have only a few offspring. Their large young are usually live-born. Unlike most other fish, which can lay thousands of tiny eggs, they produce too few young to compensate for destruction on such a massive scale and their population is greatly depleting. Some species are even considered endangered. In December of 1997, Australia declared endangered the Great White Shark and the Grey Nurse Shark. If the slaughter continues unchecked there is no doubt that we'll lose some species altogether, and others will be reduced to near extinction levels within a few decades.
On of the misconceptions when dealing with sharks is that they have poor vision. As a matter of fact, its eye is constructed to distinguish colors and is seven times as powerful as a human's. Their corneas have even been used as transplants for human corneas. Next, they do not have to continually move to survive. Some do have to continually move but there are species that do not. Another big myth is that there are no fresh water species, but there ARE. For example the

9. Natal Sharks Board
Service organisation that protects beach users in KwaZulu-Natal against shark attack. Site has information about shark attack-prevention and shark research.
http://www.shark.co.za/

10. Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Sharks - Sharks.com
Check out the top destination on sharks where you can look up just about anything on the subject – brought to you by the shark experts at sharks.com
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Hello and welcome to Sharks.com! Sharks.com is the leading information portal for all things shark. Shark.com has many unique features and categories for the shark lover and savvy shopper. For example, by clicking on the category of ‘shark bite’ in the Featured Categories box, a number of sponsored links will appear to the left. Some of the links will pertain to information on literal shark bites, but others will refer the user to businesses and Internet sites of various types that have the keywords shark and/or bite associated with them. Clicking on the menu item, shark images, at the top of the page will bring up a set of sponsored links incorporating the key words shark and/or images. Some of the links include websites where images of sharks can be purchased. Still others lead to sites where the user can purchase t-shirts with images of sharks on them or books about sharks. Included in the categories on Sharks.com are shark fin, tiger sharks, shark tooth, and great white shark. Clicking any of these choices will bring up a list of sponsored links that will point the user to appropriate Internet sites where these key words and subjects are found. Scrolling down toward the bottom of the page, the user will find some facts and information about the most feared ocean predators – sharks. Some of the available information includes facts about the typical shark diet and certain species of sharks.

11. Diving With Sharks: Great White Sharks - Cage Diving
Scuba diving with sharks, shark diving information, shark photos, shark videos, and shark diving vacations from DivingWithsharks.com!
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Working with the top rated commercial shark diving company with multiple peak season white shark expedition dates to choose from and over 10 years shark handling experience, we will get you face to face with a great white shark this fall. The crews from Shark Diver know this dive site as only qualified shark handlers know great whites. They will answer all your questions and guide you into the wild world of Isla Guadalupe. It's all about high adventure and an expedition that leave you breathless. It's the once-in-a-lifetime kind if rush that you can only get cage diving with great white sharks!
Your next adventure vacation involves a 1800 pound great white shark, his name is "Shredder". It will be you, in a cage, at one of the last places on the planet where you can consistently see wreat whites from California. Thought this could never happen to you?
Make this your year to discover Isla Guadalupe and the oceans top predator just inches from our industries largest and best built shark cages. Divers seeking a week long encounter with the ocean's ultimate predator no longer need to travel over 5000 miles to South Africa or Australia. This newly named "Bio Sphere Reserve" located 200 miles into the Pacific has it all

12. International Shark Attack File
A database of shark attacks as well as information on how, why, and where sharks attack, and how to avoid becoming a victim.
http://www.flmnh.ufl.edu/fish/Sharks/ISAF/ISAF.htm
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About the ISAF How stats are gathered, the history of the file, how to report a shark attack and who to contact about the ISAF.
Stats, Trends, Analysis Lots of information. Maps, graphs and reports based on statistics from the International Shark Attack File.
Relative Risk Your risk of shark attack compared to your chances of getting bit by animals in NY City, hit by lightning, having an accident in your home, or being attacked by an alligator.
Reducing Risk Learn how to reduce your chances of a shark attack, and what to do if a shark is encountered.
Consejos Para Reducir El Riesgo De Tener Un Encuentro Con Un Tiburn

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In Perspective The shark's reputation is far worse than his bite. A misunderstanding of the nature of sharks has overshadowed the truth about shark attacks.
Ataques Del Tiburn En Perspectiva

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How, Where, When Learn what the different types of attacks are, when and where they are most likely to occur.

13. Sharks
If you are looking for information about a specific type of shark, click on our companion Shark Species page where will find
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- Most people think of a shark as being a large, ferocious fish that has sharp teeth and feeds on meat. But in truth a shark can be one of over 370 different types and range in size from the whale shark, the largest of all fish that measure up to forty feet long, to the smallest shark, the spined pygmy shark that only grow to a length of about six inches. Harder - Sharks are found in all types of oceans including the arctic, but most are found in warm seas. Some prefer the spacious ocean depths, others are found in coastal waters, a few enter rivers and lakes that empty into the sea, and one species found in India and Pakistan lives only in freshwater rivers. Sharks are different from most other kinds of fish. They have a unique boneless skeleton that is composed of tough, elastic cartilage. Most sharks have a rounded tough-skinned, streamlined shaped body, somewhat like a torpedo. This helps them to swim. Unlike most fish, sharks do not have a swim bladder. Instead their oversized liver is filled with an oil that is lighter-weight than water. This also aids their swimming ability. Even so, most sharks must constantly swim or their body would sink.

14. San Jose Sharks Hockey Team Home Page | FOX Sports On MSN
Oct 28, 2010 San Jose sharks home page, team center for San Jose sharks news, videos, NHL team reports, roster depth charts, results, stats, schedule and more.
http://msn.foxsports.com/nhl/team/san-jose-sharks/66317

15. Sharks: Overview
sharks are in serious trouble due to heavy fishing pressure, shark finning and bycatch.
http://na.oceana.org/en/our-work/protect-marine-wildlife/sharks/overview
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16. About Great White Shark Attacks Victim Stories Photo Gallery Of Bull,Tiger Attac
Information about shark attacks with photos of victims and sharks. Shark attack news section and discussion board.
http://www.sharkattacks.com/

17. Sharks Wallpapers And Backgrounds - Desktop Nexus Animals
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18. Sharks — Infoplease.com
Myths and statistics about the oceans' most fearsome creature
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19. Gerber's Shark Gallery: Attacks, Species Information, Great White
Information on different species of sharks, Mediterranean species list, Great White, and shark attacks. Illustrated with drawings.
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They have been around for 400 millions of years, and some ancient species have existed before dinosaurs. They have evolved from placoderms, a group of primitive jawed fishes. The average lifespan is 20-25 years, but some, like the dogfish shark can live up to 100 years. They eat plankton, carrion, seals, and/or marine mammals and most (over 75%) of the 345+ species, are not even CAPABLE of the act and/or rarely encounter humans. On of the misconceptions when dealing with sharks is that they have poor vision. As a matter of fact, its eye is constructed to distinguish colors and is seven times as powerful as a human's. Their corneas have even been used as transplants for human corneas. Next, they do not have to continually move to survive. Some do have to continually move but there are species that do not. Another big myth is that there are no fresh water species, but there ARE. For example the Bull Shark (also know as Zambezi in Africa, Freshwater Whaler, Swan River Whaler and River Whaler in Australia; or Van Rooyen's, Slipway Grey, Square Nose etc.) can function in waters from low salinity (fresh water) to high salinity (salt water). One of the most famous sites of fresh water sharks is a Lake Nicaragua.

20. San Jose Sharks News, Scores, Stats, Schedule -- NHL FanHouse
The latest San Jose sharks News, articles, sharks posts, Scores, San Jose sharks Stats, Schedule on NFL FanHouse.com
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