How To Draw A Shark
Learn how to draw a shark in 5 simple steps – perfect for kids and novice artists. Click on each step below for a High Resolution printable PDF version, and read some interesting shark-related facts at the bottom of the page.
How to Draw a Shark – Step-by-Step Tutorial
Sharks are one of thousands of fish that live in our waters. The oldest species of shark lived over 420 million years ago and were very different from modern sharks, which can be as small as 6.7 inches in length, such as the dwarf lantern shark. The size, shape, and sharpness of a shark’s teeth are related to what it eats. Sharks that feed on hard-shelled aquatic life have flat, thic teeth.
Do sharks eat people?
Sharks are opportunistic feeders, but most sharks primarily feed on smaller fish and invertebrates. Despite their frightening reputation, sharks rarely attack humans and would much rather feed on fish and marine mammals.
How do you make a shark Emoji?
How to Make a Shark Emoticon
- To make the shark’s tail, type a “less than” sign followed by a space:
- Type a “left parenthesis” followed by a space.
- Add the shark’s eye by typing a quotation mark followed by a space.
- Give the shark a snout by typing a “greater than” sign.
How do I draw an octopus?
- Start with the head shape.
- Add two outside legs.
- Draw a third leg in the middle.
- Draw two legs in the space on the right.
- Add another leg in the space on the left.
- Draw two more legs in the background.
- Erase line, add eyes and bumps on head.
Who would win in a fight mosasaurus or Megalodon?
The Megalodon had a much more robust body and huge jaws built for devouring whales and other large marine mammals, so a Mosasaurus would not have been able to get its jaws around the Megalodon’s much thicker body, and the Megalodon would have ended the battle with just one catastrophic bite.
What is the size of Megalodon?
The megalodon’s length has been estimated to range from 11 meters to over 40 meters (36 to 131 feet), with the average being around 15 to 18 meters.