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|Predominant fin located on the backs of sharks used for stabilization||Dorsal fin||94.4%|
|Slits located on the side of a shark's head that aid in respiration||Gills||80.2%|
|Part of a shark that regenerates when broken or worn down||Teeth||79.7%|
|Type of fin that provides dynamic lift and helps to maintain depth||Pectoral fin||64.8%|
|U-shaped organ that uses strong enzymes and acids to dissolve food||Stomach||61.2%|
|Flexible and durable connective tissue that composes a shark's skeleton||Cartilage||58.6%|
|Organ that makes of 30% of total body mass and helps with buoyancy||Liver||56.2%|
|Type of fin used as the main source of thrust used for propulsion||Caudal fin||48.8%||
|Type of fin that assists with turning, stopping, and moving up or down||Pelvic fin||40.2%|
|Part of a male shark that assists with mating||Claspers||36.3%|
|Small, thick piece of cartilage located on the floor of the mouth||Basihyal||29%|
|Sharp protrusions on their skin that reduce turbulence when swimming; means 'small teeth' ||Denticles||24.8%|
|Type of pore that allows sharks to detect motion or vibrations in water||Lateral line||16.9%|
|Sensory organ used to detect electromagnetic fields of other animals||Ampullae of Lorenzini||14.6%|
|Crystal blocks made of calcium salts arranged in a mosaic on a shark's jaws ||Tesserae||11.5%|
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