The Sawy Sawshark

Sawsharks are very interesting creatures. There’s a point out of their mouth that has sideways teeth on it. It cuts it’s food up with those teeth then eats it. Sawsharks are related to an extinct shark that also had weird looking teeth. It’s name was Helicoprion and it’s teeth make a circle on the bottom lip of the sharks mouth. There is a debate about where the teeth actually were, but I think that it is on the lower lip, not inside the middle of it’s mouth.

This picture was from the Aquarium of the Pacific. My dad took this. You can go there too, to see all kinds of different sharks.

Click here to learn more about Helicoprion.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=657152412 Beth Riddell

    This is my grandson Darius’s favorite shark at the Aquarium of the Pacific, he was just talking about this one the other day.

  • http://www.facebook.com/kristal.velasquez.1 Kristal Velasquez

    Great website Lucy!! I like sharks as well. I could just sit and watch them swim for hours. I’m really looking forward to shark week. Thank you for sharing your knowledge on these amazing creatures.
    Take care,
    Kristal

    • lucyshark

      it’s good to meat a shark lover!!!

  • http://www.facebook.com/SonyaKeith Sonya K Eith

    Hey Lucy, great work! Your aunt is the coolest and I am glad you like animals like she does! My daughter has a web page too. Dont laugh too hard and visit darlasdollars.com

    • lucyshark

      asome web site

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000022703367 Cathy Chang

    Very cool shark info, Lucy!! Great website!

  • Dena

    Wow .. very interesting. I’ve never heard of this kind of shark before.Thanks for teaching me something new today Lucy !! You totally rule !!

  • http://www.facebook.com/mary.l.medina.7 Mary Lou Medina

    Hi Lucy, Congratulations on your site ! Very cool. My nephew loves sharks. I will show him your site when he comes over this weekend !

  • http://twitter.com/onecentrose PENNY

    Fantastic!

  • Talklvr

    Great Blog Lucy, thank you for sharing!