The Hammerhead

Many species of sharks love the fertility of shelf areas and gather there to recreate the richness of the fish and other sea animals. Also the hammerhead and other dangerous large sharks are to there to the place in the tightly-packed herring and mackerel swarms a true carnage to wreak and collapse into a feeding frenzy. The Hammerheads are globally as a classified “severely endangered” by the International Union for conservation of nature and natural resources (IUCN).

Fact sheet great hammerhead (Sphyrna mokarran)
-the great hammerhead reaches maximum 5.5 to 6.1 meters (average size 3.5 m, weight of 230 kg), he is the biggest shark in family of the hammerhead sharks (Sphyrnidae)
-they have streamlined bodies like all sharks, dark brown back coloration (also grey to grey-brown), on the flanks to the belly lighter and the abdomen is whitish
-the hammer-shaped head has a width of approximately 25% of the body length
-Hammerhead sharks have jagged sloping triangular teeth with a tip and that the upper and lower jaw have five Gill slits
-a large, sickle-shaped dorsal fin, the second dorsal fin and pectoral fins are significantly smaller, also the pelvic fins and the asymmetrical caudal fin have a Crescent shape
-the swimming speed can be up to 40 km/h

Distribution great hammerhead
-they are present in tropical and subtropical waters worldwide
-they are in shallow water, as well as in deep water
-as a rule, they are solitary
Food great hammerhead
-the sharks hunt squid, squid, on many species of bony fish, rays, smaller shark species mostly at dusk and into the night and despise no small invertebrates
Reproduction and development
-the great hammerhead sharks do not mate close to the ground as many other shark species, they observed that they have mated close to the surface of the water
-Hammerhead sharks give birth to live young sharks are still unborn nourished through a yolk sac placenta
-every two years the females can be again pregnant, gestation lasts about 11 months, the normal litter consists of 20 to 40 juveniles (length approx. 50-70 cm at birth)
-the life of the great hammerhead is located at 20 to 30 years.

Gallery

Oris Hammerhead Limited Edition Watch

Oris Hammerhead Limited Edition Watch

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Hammerhead shark Footage

Hammerhead shark Footage

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USS Hammerhead Submarine

USS Hammerhead Submarine

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MK1 Honda 2 Man Wagon Wheel

MK1 Honda 2 Man Wagon Wheel

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2007-09-30 Leeming Hammerhead Photos

2007-09-30 Leeming Hammerhead Photos

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Group of Hammerhead Sharks

Group of Hammerhead Sharks

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Gfycat GIFs GIF

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besiege GIF

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Shark attack Footage #page 5

Shark attack Footage #page 5

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Fort Bragg Hammerhead Barracks

Fort Bragg Hammerhead Barracks

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Gfycat GIFs GIF

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The Razor – Scout Mount

The Razor - Scout Mount

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Broken Arrow

Broken Arrow

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HAMMER_HEAD

HAMMER_HEAD

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Scalloped Hammerhead

Scalloped Hammerhead

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File:HammerheadBatLarynx Hypsignathus.png

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Razer Hammerhead Pro V2

Razer Hammerhead Pro V2

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MK1 Honda 2 Man Wagon Wheel

MK1 Honda 2 Man Wagon Wheel

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Awesome 1,000 Pound Hammerhead Shark …now that’s a days …

Awesome 1,000 Pound Hammerhead Shark ...now that's a days ...

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