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Happy #SharkWeek ! The largest shark alive today is the whale shark, which can get up to 60 feet long, while the dwarf lantern shark can fit in your hand.

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The horn shark gets its name because it has a short venomous "horn" in front of each of its dorsal fins for protection. Click here to learn more about these and the many other sharks that call the Aquarium home!

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BASKING SHARK Fun Facts: After the whale shark, the basking shark is the second largest living fish, and can grow up to 32 feet long. These sharks are often mistaken for plesiosaurs, a group of long-necked, predatory marine reptiles that lived at the time of the dinosaurs.

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Open wide

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You see? Harmless. #sharkweek #jaws

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Just in time for #sharkweek, a really cool infographic on sharks!

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Just in time for #sharkweek, a really cool infographic on sharks!

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Friday Infographic: Sharks

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Sharks (Color Photography) Posters at AllPosters.com

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Did you know? These zebras lose their stripes! As juveniles, these sharks have dark bodies with yellowish stripes. Click to learn more about the sharks that call the Aquarium home!

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Whale Shark

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Sharks in the Sanctuaries: Conservation and Stewardship

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