The hammerhead sharks in the Galápagos, have a unique feature – electrical sensors on their bodies. This fascinating adaptation allows them to expertly hunt prey by detecting electrical signals in the water. But that's not all! The mating rituals of these sharks are quite unusual, with the male hammerheads using a less-than-romantic approach of biting the females to initiate mating. Plus, you can spot various species of Galapagos Sharks all year round in the waters of the Galápagos Islands, making them a constant presence in this unique ecosystem.