« Back to the Great hammerhead (Sphyrna mokarran)
A member of a large and easily recognisable group of sharks, the smooth hammerhead can be distinguished from the other hammerhead species by…
More about the smooth hammerhead »
The most prominent feature of the smalleye hammerhead, like other hammerhead species, is its peculiar mallet-shaped head structure, known as…
More about the smalleye hammerhead »
This large hammerhead shark can be distinguished from other hammerhead species by the ‘scalloped’ front edge of its hammer-shaped head…
More about the scalloped hammerhead »
Information on the winghead shark is currently being researched and written and will appear here shortly.…
More about the winghead shark »
New to ARKive
The Iowa Pleistocene snail is endemic to North America, and is considered to be an Ice Age relic.
Discover the icy world of the Adélie penguin.
Please donate to ARKive today
Help us share the wonders of the natural world. Donate today!