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Cookiecutter Sharks
The Cookiecutter Sharks.png

Name

Cookiecutter Sharks

Gender

Males

Breathes

Water

Size

Small

What it does

Bites the blubber off of whales

Friends

The Octonauts

Cookiecutter sharks may be small, but they can bite off the blubber out of whales. When their teeth fall out they eat them (because they have vitamins in them) and when they are above the water, their bellies show a pattern, like 3 tiny fish while the rest of their body blends in with thesunlight. When they bite into blubber on whales, they leave perfect round marks, like a cookiecutter (that is how they got their name) would. Sometimes they leave their own teeth in them. The new set of teeth can regrow at a very fast rate. They also get confused and mistake substances like rubber for blubber.

In real life, these little sharks are mostly nocturnal and attack any blubbery animals when it's dark.

Looks

Cookiecutter sharks are brown, beige or tan. (Like the colors of cookie dough)

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