Sharks are usually the scariest word in the English language when you're at sea or on the beach. We always imagine a great white shark with a mouth full of teeth, though there are many many species of sharks, and there is quite a bit more to them than just being a predator. How much do you know about this family of aquatic animals?
Is a shark a fish or mammal?
Some are fish, some are mammals
What does the whale shark eat?
How do sharks communicate with other sharks?
A great white can smell 1 drop of blood in _______ drops of water.
How long do sharks live for?
The texture of a shark's skin is like...
What part of the ocean do sharks live in?
Some in shallow and some in deep waters
All live in the deepest part of the ocean
True or False: Sharks have no bones in their bodies
How long can a great white shark survive without food?
How many sharks are killed each year by man?
Who is the only natural predator of the great white shark?
There is no aquatic animal that can take on a great white
Which Shark has 360 vision and a soft head during birth?
Shall We Try Again?
You don't know that much about sharks. You've got an average score, and that means you probably know a bit about many things, but not much about sharks. If you're interested in animal trivia, check out the rest of the category and see if your animal knowledge is equal to your shark knowledge!
You definitely know more about sharks than the average Joe. You got an above-average score and that means you probably know a bit about many things, especially animals. If you're interested in animal trivia, check out the rest of the category and see if your other animal knowledge is equal to your shark knowledge! To learn more about sharks and see where you did get it wrong, have a look at the answers.
You got a very high score! That means you know WAY more than the average person about sharks. You're either a lover of these aquatic predators or just a person who likes to know things. Maybe you're an animal lover like us! Be as it may, you are knowledgeable, and your knowledge about these merciless denizens of the sea is genuinely impressive!