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A much more powerful version of the [[Water Release: Five Feeding Sharks]], the user summons a thousand sharks that enter into a wall formation and rain down to attack the opponent.
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A much more powerful version of the [[Water Release: Five Feeding Sharks]], the user creates one thousand sharks out of water that enter into a wall formation and rain down to attack the opponent.
   
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
* In the manga, these sharks are formed from the water. In the anime, they appear to be summoned sharks. (correction: the manga like the anime, showed real sharks, which is why Gai couldn't tell which shark had the scroll)
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* In the manga, these sharks are formed from the water. In the anime, they appear to be summoned sharks.
 
* In the Shōnen Jump publication of chapter 506, the name of this technique was pronounced ''Senjikizame''. It was corrected to ''Senshokukō'' in the tankōbon release.
 
* In the Shōnen Jump publication of chapter 506, the name of this technique was pronounced ''Senjikizame''. It was corrected to ''Senshokukō'' in the tankōbon release.

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Water Release: A Thousand Feeding Sharks

Name
Kanji 水遁・千食鮫
Rōmaji Suiton: Senshokukō
Literal English Water Release: A Thousand Feeding Sharks
Viz manga Water Style: 1000 Hungry Sharks
English TV Water Style: Thousand Hungry Sharks
Debut
Manga Chapter #506
Anime Naruto Shippūden Episode #250
Appears in Anime and Manga
Data
Classification Ninjutsu
Type
Class Offensive
Range Short to Mid range
Other jutsu
Parent jutsu
Users

A much more powerful version of the Water Release: Five Feeding Sharks, the user creates one thousand sharks out of water that enter into a wall formation and rain down to attack the opponent.

Trivia

  • In the manga, these sharks are formed from the water. In the anime, they appear to be summoned sharks.
  • In the Shōnen Jump publication of chapter 506, the name of this technique was pronounced Senjikizame. It was corrected to Senshokukō in the tankōbon release.

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