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10 August 2014
One of world’s weirdest shark species. Learn facts about the cookie cutter shark that bites whales, deep sea fish, and even submarines.
Did you know that there is a shark that is also classified as a parasite. Parasites by rule hurt their prey but don’t kill them.
The only parasite in the shark family. They average 20 inches long, about the length of the average ferret and are one of the smallest sharks in the world, the smallest being the dwarf lantern shark of Colombia and Venezuela.
The cookie-cutter shark used to be called the cigar shark and it’s pretty easy to see why. So where did the name cookie cutter shark come from?
First a little about its lifestyle and it will all become clear. They live in the deep warm coastal waters, near islands, around the equator. I don’t mean…
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