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Did you know that leopard sharks sink unless they’re swimming? Fortunately, being close to the bottom is a good thing, since these sharks like to graze the seafloor for crabs, clam siphons, fish eggs, and the burrowing, hot-dog-shaped fat innkeeper worm. Learn more about these fascinating animals at Shark Days February 11-12!
What’s the purpose of this shark’s “hammerhead?” Scientists aren’t sure, but they suspect it supplies added lift and lets them make sharper turns than other sharks. You can learn more about all our sharks at Shark Days, Feb. 11-12!
Love sharks? Then come experience our Shark Days celebration, February 11-12. This fun-filled weekend features shark and bat ray feedings, stories from our staff about sharks behind the scenes, and special programs and activities. “Sherman’s Lagoon” creator Jim Toomey will join us!