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But she doesn’t need to swim much. She tends to wait for her food from the safety of her hideaway. Slowly, she extends her narrow head out from under the coral ledge where she hides by day. She keeps most of her body tucked away. The top of her moves gently in the waves. She opens her mouth wide, and her sharp teeth gleam. Then she closes her mouth. She opens and closes her mouth again and again. This is how she forces water past her gills so she can breathe. Suddenly, she lunges and snaps her jaws shut.
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