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Zebra Shark Facts

11.5 foot zebra shark will have a tail that’s nearly 6 feet long – or half it’s total length! But it’s a flexible body all the way down. This shark can distort its body to squeeze into tiny cracks, and its small mouth allows it to suck up prey between tiny crevices. See the zebra


Learn more about the ocean’s most mysterious and misunderstood predators on our newest HD live cam. As an extension of our partnership with the Aquarium of the Pacific, we’re excited to welcome viewers into Shark Lagoon. Shark Lagoon features sandbar, sand tiger, zebra, nurse, and blacktip reef sharks, as well as a freshwater sawfish and reticulated

10 Days, 10 Amazing Facts about Dolphins!

Day 8: Dolphin Talk – Starting from birth, dolphins squawk, whistle, click, and squeak. “Sometimes one dolphin will vocalize and then another will seem to answer,” says Sara Waller, who studies bottlenose dolphins off the California coast. “And sometimes members of a pod vocalize in different patterns at the same time, much like many people

10 Days, 10 Amazing Facts about Dolphins!

Day 4: Sonar – It is possible that dolphins can read the emotion of other dolphins and “see” through the bodies of other animals using the “x-ray” vision” of their sonar. This is because dolphin sonar evolved to pass through water and does not reflect until it hits something like bone or air sacs. Since

10 Days, 10 Amazing Facts about Dolphins!

Day 3: Impressionists – Dolphins can mimic movements, of both humans and other animals. (bluevoice)  Learn more about dolphin intelligence here. 

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