2. Second dorcal fin
3. Caudal fin
4. Claspers (males only)
5. Pelvic fin
6. Pectoral fin
7. Gill slits
8. Lateral line
Gallbladder- Bile from the liver is stored here
Heart- It pumps blood throughout the shark's body
Kidney- Produce urine
Liver- Stores all fatty reserves and energy.
Pancreas- It produces digestive enzymes to help break down fats
Small intestine-where food is broken down.
Large intestine-where chyme turned into waste
Stomach- Food goes here after being consumed. Digestion takes place here.
Esophagus- A large muscular tube that connects to the stomach
Rectum- Where waste is stored right before disposal
Claspers- Extensions of pelvic fin to aid mating
Lateral line- enables the shark to detect gentle currents and vibrations in the water
Gills- How the shark breath