6 Bull shark jaw
“The Bull Sharks' name comes from the shark’s stocky (strong) shape and because you cannot tell what it is going to do next.
It’s mainly found in coastal waters of warm oceans, rivers and lakes. They have been found up to 150m in depth but do not usually swim lower than 30 metres deep!
Did you know that they headbutt their prey using the front edges of the jaw?
Follow the trail or pick your favourites...
2 Japanese spider crab
3 Saltwater crocodile
4 Tiger skull
6 Bull shark jaw
7 Elephant heart
8 Exploded human skull
10 Asian elephant skull
11 Indian one horned rhino
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