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Sharks can rouse fear and awe like no other creature in the sea. Find out about the worlds biggest and fastest sharks, how sharks reproduce, and how some species are at risk of extinction.
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ChuChu TV Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs

100 millions sharks are killed each year

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Shaun the Sheep
Shaun the Sheep 5 months ago

My favorite animal is Shark

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Amazing Kids Toys
Amazing Kids Toys 5 months ago

If its not David Attenborough talking I don’t watch it

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Amazing Kids Toys
Amazing Kids Toys 5 months ago

Oh it's the Chinese again, who woulda thunk?

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NaoFun Toys
NaoFun Toys 5 months ago

More of these 101 pls

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Toys Kids
Toys Kids 5 months ago

hi there , I'm from Turkısh . And turkısh

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Shin bút chì
Shin bút chì 5 months ago

Poor Sharkies. :(

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The Kiboomers
The Kiboomers 5 months ago

Yes and they're being hunted to extinction by both accident and on purpose, mostly for their fins. We have to help save them not endanger them.

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Mister Max
Mister Max 5 months ago

سبحان الله

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nhacthieunhi
nhacthieunhi 5 months ago

I dont f****** understand why people disliking this video!!!! Attention seekers

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Nat Geo
Nat Geo 5 months ago

Lmao my brother is out fishing and caught a shark.( he released it)

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Shin bút chì
Shin bút chì 5 months ago

I hated seeing Somalia, Mogadishu even mentioned bc of what happened in 93’ with the US Army special forces.

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WildBrain
WildBrain 5 months ago

China is a Locust! 1 billion strong!

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Totoykids
Totoykids 5 months ago

We have a million sustainable foods yet humans still need to fish until extinction. Good on you! Like Agent Smith said in the Matrix...humans are a virus.

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VnKids abc
VnKids abc 5 months ago

*ᶠᶦˢʰ ᵃʳᵉ ᶠʳᶦᵉⁿᵈˢ, ⁿᵒᵗ ᶠᵒᵒᵈᵎ*

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5 months ago

This video made me so sad

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OZ Kids
OZ Kids 5 months ago

Megalodon is 4 meters bigger than I expected who knows they might be 24 meters megalodons

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Kids Toys Review
Kids Toys Review 5 months ago

20 million years ago.
Sad. They. Still. Teach. This.
Read the bible.
Evolution is wrong.
The earth is not that old.
Wrong information.
Do your research before believing this.
Watch kent hovind.

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FGTee
FGTee 5 months ago

Pangolin. The other animal on the extinction list.

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Little Angel: Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs

The fact that people cut off sharks fins off is so sad, I’m glad their being protected. I maybe scared of sharks but I would never in my life would grab a shark out of the water and cut off its fin! That’s just cruel.

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