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Marine Biologist Amani Webber-Schultz answers the internet’s burning questions about sharks! Why do hammerhead sharks look the way they do? What are the most dangerous types of sharks? Why do sharks have so many teeth? What are baby sharks called? Amani answers all these questions and much more!

Director: Lisandro Perez-Rey
Director of Photography: Constantine Economides
Editor: Ron Douglas
Expert: Amani Webber-Schultz
Line Producer: Joseph Buscemi
Associate Producer: Brandon White
Production Manager: Eric Martinez
Production Coordinator: Fernando Davila
Assistant Camera: Brittany Berger
Audio: Gabe Quiroga
Post Production Supervisor: Alexa Deutsch
Post Production Coordinator: Ian Bryant
Supervising Editor: Doug Larsen

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Patrick says:

I loved this entire video, and hey! My favorite shark is the bonnethead too! They're just adorable, and I encounter them all the time here. Usually while fishing but sometimes when just kayaking or at the beach.

Muhammad Ali Hussain says:

Baby shark totottototot

papichulo says:

Bethany lost her arm bc a shark was curious? Oooo

Alexander MacNeil says:

I would think the killer whales are the apex predator in the ocean? Don't they sometimes kill sharks?

White Jester says:

Little do they knew they’re a Jojo Reference

Stephen Beauman says:

Are they scavengers

Human Earthling says:

I could listen to her for years.

Halina G says:

Can't wait for cetaceans support. Love the video

facade451 says:

she's so wholesome

Joseph JoeStalin says:

They could've hired Jotaro Kujo for this video instead

StreetSpeed says:

Ngl, I didn’t know there were just 500 species of sharks

Elisabed Chankseliani says:

my goal in life is being as well spoken as this lady right here… she even made me like sharks quite a bit.

Elisabed Chankseliani says:

this was so enjoyable to watch. bring her back!

Yeah Right says:

She could have addressed many of these questions alot better, with more detail, so many of her answers were short and brief. As an expert on them myself, I feel it was a missed opportunity to relay how amazing they truly are.

The Blanket Fort Cohort says:

Did you just say there are whale sharks in an aquiarium???

Sam G says:

How do I get their shirt

Shae C says:

Ummm…. Sand sharks eat siblings before birth!!! WHAT !!!

500 says:

Yes, shark skin is smooth.

Brooklyn Van Rooyen says:

U need to become my lecturer, u explain things so well and simply. Keeping me engaged

Elianie Juarez says:

T h e y a r e n o t g o d

Logan Gray says:

This was so awesome! Please have her come back and answer more questions!

missselizabeth says:

11:29 That’s an understatement. A few aquariums have tried to keep Great Whites, they all either die quickly or are eventually released. Aquariums world wide have essentially given up on the idea because it always ends so badly.
Creatures like this belong in the ocean.

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