➽Basking Sharks Have a Conical Bulbous Snout
Basking sharks have a conical, pointed, and bulbous snout, which may have a hooked appearance in juveniles. The hook-like snout is said to be useful for feeding inside the womb. The elongated, hook-like snout may have a sharp tip that may point upwards or downwards. The shape of the snout transforms, as they turn adults and grow to a length of around 13 to 16 feet.