Let me enlighten you. Some are top-drawer, first-class pieces of work e. This one really, really stinks. Let's get busy people. This is an important species - not the Spiny Dogfish. They are pack hunting animals and they KNOW what you are.
Fahrschule Krebs Anleitung
Fahrschule Krebs Anleitung | alterna180.com
In Africa, it is also commonly called the Zambezi River shark, or just "zambi". Its wide range and diverse habitats result in many other local names, including Ganges River shark, Fitzroy Creek whaler, van Rooyen's shark, Lake Nicaragua shark,  river shark, freshwater whaler, estuary whaler, Swan River whaler,  cub shark, and shovelnose shark. Its genus, Carcharhinus , also includes the sandbar shark , which is not capable of osmoregulation. While a maximum size of 3. The second dorsal fin is smaller than the first. The bull shark's caudal fin is longer and lower than that of the larger sharks, and it has a small snout , and lacks an interdorsal ridge.
2 bull sharks caught in Potomac River
July 3, iStock Compared to sharks like the hammerhead with its oddly shaped skull and the goblin with its projectile mouth , the bull shark Carcharhinus leucas looks rather generic—but this predator can swim thousands of miles upriver, hunt baby hippos, and take over the occasional golf course. In , scientists compared the bite strengths of 13 different sharks and shark-like fish and found that an adult bull shark can theoretically close its jaws with just under newtons of force at the back of its mouth and over newtons at the front. Humans chomp with a maximum force of around to newtons. So proportionately, the bull shark has the strongest bite of any shark whose jaw strength has been measured.