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Blue Sharks

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Unlike most sharks, blue sharks live in groups. They swim in tropical oceans and deep water, giving birth to up to 100 shark pups at a time. They are lazy hunters and long-distance swimmers, sometimes traveling between New England and South America. The only danger they present to humans is their habit of traveling in large, scary-looking groups.

  1. 1. How many shark pups can a blue shark birth at once?
    1. a. 50
    2. b. 20
    3. c. 100
  2. 2. How do blue sharks live?
    1. a. In pairs
    2. b. Alone
    3. c. In groups
  3. 3. What kind of oceans do blue sharks like?
    1. a. Arctic
    2. b. Cold
    3. c. Tropical