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On Monday August 20th at 10 pm est,9 pm cst and 7 pm pst,Mr. Ken McKeighen will be back on!!!
When did cartilaginous fish, sharks really start inhabiting the water ways of our planet?
Why are they more successful as a species throughout time?
Tune into this interesting discussion with Mr Ken McKeighen for an insight on how these fish have evolved throughout time
Many points can be made about how the evolution of sharks have taken place on our planet. Although most animals have their own prey in regards to their diet but very few sharks are considered dangerous to humans.
The Megalodon a giant extinct species of shark was a great predator during the Cenozoic Era that would be very dangerous to humans if the species were alive today.
The discussion on the program will be of interest to many of how sharks, rays, skates and their relatives have evolved and what may have lead to the extinction of the many species that have evolved through time on our planet.
How does the study of the extinct species affect the study of the modern sharks?
What is the future of the species that inhabit our planet today?
Should sharks be kept in captivity?
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