Use Crayola® crayons, colored pencils, or markers to color the Hammerhead Shark. Did you know?The Hammerhead Shark was named because its head looks like a hammer. They can grow to be 20 feet long! Like all sharks, the hammerhead has cartilage instead of bones. Cartilage is the stuff in your ears and nose that bends -- and it makes the shark light and flexible! There are 9 different kinds of Hammerhead Sharks.
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