“One of the most fascinating characteristics of scalloped hammerhead sharks is its frequent schooling. It is the only known large shark to participate in this type of behavior.” This behavior is quite unusual as fish usually school to protect themselves from predators, but hammerhead sharks don’t have much predators as compared to smaller fish. One reason they may be doing this is to intimidate their prey by showing up in large groups and circling them. Although studies show that hammerheads usually break from the group and prefer to hunt alone.
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