Under the Sea Animal Groups Display Posters

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    , Jan 31st
    • Hi there,
      Thank you for your comments. I have just checked this and sharks do have skeletons but they are made from cartilage rather than bone. :)

      , Jan 31st
This excellent resource provides information on the different types of animals you'd find in the sea!
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