Great Hammerhead Shark
Feeding habits - The great hammerhead usually feeds on a variety of bony fishes. It may also consume other (usually smaller) sharks, crabs, skates and squid. Perhaps its most unusual prey is the stingray. Rays can be fast in the water and they have their own deadly defense with their poisonous tail-like barb. Those are little deterrence to the great hammerhead, which will relentlessly pursue stingrays over distances. Aggression by hammerheads against humans is uncommon, but not unknown. Swimmers, divers, surfers and other water enthusiasts should respect the space of this toothsome fish when it is nearby.
Cool fact - Great hammerheads travel lengthy distances, with some populations off the coasts of Florida and China going toward the polar regions during summer.
Depth - 262 feet
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