Dogfish shark characteristics

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Jaws- this adaptation allows the fish to eat its food

Animniote-

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Skeleton- This adaptation is made entirely out of cartilage and is lightweight and tough.

Exothermic-

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Heart- This allows the shark to have blood pumped through it and survive

Endothermic-

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Paired appendages- The fins allow the sharks to move freely through the water

Hair-

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Tetrapods-Having 2 legs and 2 arms

mammary glands-

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gills

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lungs

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Internal fertilization

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External fertilization

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Amniote

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