Welcome to the Shark Trivia Template! Everyone loves sharks, but do you really know all that much about them? Sharks are one of the most fascinating creatures in the ocean, and they have a long history of being feared and revered. With this template, you can test your knowledge of all things shark-related, from anatomy and behavior to conservation challenges. So dive in and prepare to be amazed at the world of shark facts and trivia!
1) What type of shark has a long, slender body and a saw-like snout?
2) What is the collective noun for a group of sharks?
3) What is the fastest shark species?
4) Which of the following is NOT a type of shark?
5) What is the scientific name for the Great White Shark?
6) What is the record fastest speed ever recorded for a shark?
7) What type of shark is the largest species of shark?
8) How long have sharks been living on Earth?
9) What is the smallest species of shark?
10) What is the most common type of shark found in coral reefs?
11) What is the average lifespan of a shark?
12) What type of teeth do sharks have?
13) How many species of shark are there?
14) What type of shark is known for its large, bright-green nose?
15) What color are sharks typically?
16) What type of shark has an arrow-shaped body and a long, pointed snout?
17) What is the estimated number of shark attacks in the world each year?
18) What is the average maximum depth a shark can dive to?
19) What type of shark is known for its distinctive "dorsal fin"?
20) How do sharks breathe?
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