Sharks' senses

Descobre os sentidos dos tubarões

Sharks are very sensitive and possess six highly acute senses: hearing, taste, vision, electroreception (found exclusively in sharks, this sense allows them to detect the presence and direction of electrical signals, such as those emitted by living creatures), smell and the lateral line system. Ask you parents to help you find more information on each of these senses on the Internet. Is any of these senses more important than the others?

Compare sharks’ senses with ours.