Brief Summary: Hammerhead Predators

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Hammerhead Sharks protect themselves by swimming away from predators and attacking their predators. The Carnivores can outswim a sea creature and they will lose where the Hammerhead went. Even if another species can go as fast as a hammerhead shark, they will still escape. The hammerhead tries to stay away from where their predator was chasing them for some time and then returns if they need to. While swimming, they have very strong senses that can tell when something is getting near them. Their eyes on the side of their heads help them to look all around without fully turning their body. With the wider view of all around they can counter attack their predators attach. When the hammerhead shark goes to attack anything it will charge at its

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