What are the uses of sharks?
same as an ar put the game and look for the code you want -- There are no pictures that show how to use the gameshark with Gameboy Advance SP but someone posted a video showing how it is used here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5qREbr44MNM Explanation starts at seconds 1:15
For what console? I used it for N64 and all you have to do for that is put it in the slot then put the game on top of it.
Action Reply DS . Who to use? Don't you mean 'Who uses the Nintendo DS game shark?'? Well if you do, I do. Well, I use action reply, which is virtually the same as game shark, in this case, I think action replay is better than game shark (for DS). You can do all sorts of things with it, unli…mited health, money, lives, etc. You can even input codes that other people make! There are alternatives to Action Reply, such as M3 DS Simply or R4 DS which are the same price as action reply, but contain much more features than action replay, but can do all that action replay can do. ThE AvEnGeR (MORE)
they keep the oceans food chain balanced meaning there's a lot of seafood 4 us
First let me explain one thing. The "saw" on the saw shark is realy its teeth so it uses its "saw" to slice 'n dice its food. It can also stun fish, that way this shark can eat the fish without chasing it. It protects the shark because of its enemies and no - maybe from its prey or predators.
Yes you can use game shark codes on a game shark sp. There is no difference between the game shark for the GBA and the game shark for the GBA SP. you have to click your game to the side and cheats will pop out , you click the cheats you want and prees start
Unfortunately, yes. In some countries, sadly, people kill sharks just for their fins, and make shark fin soup out of it. That's bad enough, but even worse, they don't even use the rest of the shark's body! They just throw it back into the sea.\n. \nSo, basically, the answer is yes, but in a bad way…. (MORE)
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Sharks help clean the ocean by eating dead fish. Shark eyes are used for cornea transplants. Their oil is used for make up, like lipsticks and face creams. And is also used for a paint base. Wax for candles and lighting fuel. Shark fins are also prized for soup.. . Geo safari undercover series. Sha…rks undercover book (MORE)
Sharks, like all animals, use energy for many different processes, prime among them movement (Swimming/hunting) and respiration.
\nif you are talking gamesharks they give you cheat codes to help you beat the game you are playing but regular sharks keep dead fish out of the water
Some people use sharks for flip flops, food, fabric, and to keep them from eating people. All of this is wrong. I highly suggest not doing any of this.
Sharks use camouflage to hide both from their predators and prey. You can see that the sharks upper part is darker than the belly.
ANSWER According to people who study them, the answer is "No". Sharks seem to be incapable of emotion as humans know it. There is Nothing personal in their behavior. Sharks merely respond to stimuli, and almost all of their stimuli receptors are geared toward finding food; therefore, anything mov…ing in the water, particularly on the surface, will draw their attention. Also, the presence of Blood in the water is well known to be shark bait. Of course, nobody has ever interviewed the Shark to find out what he/she thinks. (MORE)
It's really hard to tell but it's probably for their fins, it's fin is used for shark fin soup mean right.
Their side fins help to keep them stable and not to roll. They use their tail for locomotion and can be used as a weapon to hit other sharks or prey.
Sharks employ a number of mechanisms to maintain their position in the water column, one is physiological in the form of an enlarged liver with a large oil content. The other ways are morphological. The pectoral fins are aerofoils (like the wings of a plane), being convexly curved on the dorsal side… and flat or concave on the ventral side. As the water moves across the fin the water particles move faster and are spread further apart on the dorsal side which results in the water moving over the top of the fin to have a higher pressure than the water below, water (and air) moves from areas of low pressure to high, and so the water under the fin moves upwards, pushing the fin up. This is enhanced but the upwardly pointed snout. The other mechanism work to push the tail upwards. The spinal colum runs along the upper lobe of the caudal fin (tail fin), as the shark beats its tail side the side the upper lobe moves ahead of the lower and 'flops', as the lower lobe swings is moves in a downwards motion, as it does so it pushes the water down and so pushes the tail up (MORE)
When they pick up the scent for blood they go mad and bite and rip anything apart, so anything with blood they will destroy, not just humans.
It helps them swim through the water and it helps them glide through it easily too..
no you don't but most people do anyway to get rare Pokemon from Pokemon silver or Pokemon gold and to get Pokemon a lot easier
they use their head and tail on the bigger ones,stingrays are their main food so they are able to bite if the prey is in the right size
They use them mostly for their fins to make shark fin soup it's very popular in china and I think that's got to stop!
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Generally, the meat is used for food; the teeth are sold as jewelery; the skin is used to make shoes, handbags, and wallets.
Many species of sharks do not use sonar, as they have very effective senses, but some species are thought to. The hammerhead shark, in particular, is thought to use sonar waves detection.
If your saying what uses do great whites have for them self they have the black top to blend in the ocean so nothing could see it from above.Also a 6th sense which lets it feel electricle fields.Finally it's speed which is 43MPH!
It is a top (apex) predator. It forms a vital role in the foodchain of its ecosystem.
Yes they are. But I consider it animal cruelty because people catch these sharks and cut off their fins while they are still alive, then throw the poor thing back into the water still alive to drown and die.
The Great White Shark was the star, but a Tiger Shark was used in two scenes.
It depends on the shape and size of the tooth and what shark they belong to. A tiger shark's tooth is used to crush it's prey ( turtles ) and to grab onto the prey so it won't escape easily. mako shark's teeth are used for slicing it's prey and keeping it from slipping away out of it's mouth. Almost… all sharks use their teeth to keep their prey from getting away. (MORE)
sharks play important role in the ecosystem and without them our ocean would be toxic and filled with sick and dying fish. Sharks are at the top of the food chain so without them the whole ocean ecosystem would fall apart
The Germans first discovered that they could use sharks to their advantage when Hitler's other testicle was eaten while swimming in the meditteranean. He saw the savage way in which it was attacked and thought 'Ja, this ist gut'. He used his contacts to source a suitable place to supply his shark ne…eds, but due to a clause in the legislation for legally trading aquatic predators, this was impossible. Instead, he took a batch out on loan. He utilised these alongside his U-Boats, until he was no longer able to keep up with the payments. Then the loan sharks payed him a visit. (MORE)
some people eat shark fin soup. it is considered a delicacy. they also use the fins to go and when dried up they make vitamins that help patients with arthritis or ruemitism. it is also good for cancer. but the act of getting the sharks fin is cruel. They simply slice the fin off of the shark and th…row the carcass into the water. if the shark isn't already dead, the shark will simply drown. (MORE)
scientists are studying shark skin to come up with a material to put on the bottom of boats so they don't get barnacles. Sharks never have barnacles on their skin. this is not because they swim fast but because there are tiny rides in their skin. Shark teeth as I've heard so far are used for nothing… but necklaces and novelties. It doesn't hurt the shark though. Sharks have many rows of teeth, they lose them all the time. eventually after the teeth are lost they end up on shore where people can find them. I hope this helped! :) (MORE)
It's useful in the way that the fishermen gets payed for thefins, then someone else gets payed as the fins gets turned intosoup. . But it's not something we really need, and since the fishing islargely uncontrolled it may well lead to environmental disaster, orat least disaster for the sharks.
Made in China according to the official Shark website. That's why it's cheaper; cheap labor.
Yes, for instance look at the markings on a whale shark. (see related link below).
Whale sharks are filter feeders and stay deeper in the water. They don't really need shelter because they don't get much sun.
Sharks use there pectoral fins for speed so the can catch their food and it wont get away.
No. The shark during the attack scene was computer-animated and during the scene of when the shark was caught, that was a model
Not all sharks are at the top of the food chain, and even those that are are vulnerable to predation while they are young.
Whale sharks don't use their teeth for anything. They have teeth because there ancestors long, long ago needed them.
well it is what your pee is made out of and Sharks use it to mark their territory
Whale sharks are very large organisms. Though, they feed on one of the smallest organisms, krill. Krill eat plankton, which is what gives them energy.Then, Whale sharks eat the krill for their energy. They then use this energy by simply swimming.Though this seems easy to do, a Whale shark is much la…rger and uses a lot more energy to swim than we, humans, do. (MORE)
Well you can i will show you some. There was a school of sharks swimming in the sea. There's a school of sharks swimming in the sea and having fun.
No, sharks are not boats. That should be pretty clear. However, sharks have been known to be very social, and if people treat them well, and with respect, sharks have been known to tow someone in the water to safety. You grab onto a Great White's dorsal fin, and they will take you for a ride. But y…ou need to bring your own air. They cannot help you breathe under water. If you aren't very fat, and the shark is of a good enough size, they can tow you for a ways without wearing them out too badly. They are quite strong, you know. Treat them with respect, and they will do the same. Tianca (MORE)
Well first of all, whales sharks live in water and their food lives in the water. Also they drink water too. I hope this helps and please recommend me! .
\n. if you do wanna know go onto smestow school.com then go onto the science section I have just done a 300 page project on sharks.Rahul badman nerd .
There are many reasons why a shark can impact humans such as -first, for food (which rarely happens because they usually eats fish) -secondly, it feels frighted so it has to attack to defend it self from the predators/humans because a lot of sharks But you shouldn't complain The average shark at…tacks are 10 per year while us human kill 20-30 million per year (MORE)
Surprisingly, human deaths from sharks are actually very rare. Onlya handful of deaths occur each year. Great whites, tiger sharks andbull sharks have been known to attack people, viewing them as prey.Great whites, in particular, occasionally mistake surfers forseals, as they have a similar outline …when viewed from below. Otherthan those species, the majority of shark attacks result frompeople provoking that sharks, which then bite in self-defense. Sharks are killed by humans far more often than humans are killedby sharks. (MORE)