Reef Sharks

The most common, beautiful and interesting sharks in the world, they can smell a Tuna in 10 billionth part of water. Their #1 predator is man due to long net fishing. They are slow swimming sharks but can reach speeds of up to 25 mph when chasing prey. They are active throughout the day, but are the most active at night. When threatened, the Grey Reef shark swims side to side arching it's back. They are true carnivores, snacking on different species of fish, crabs and squids. They typically have a total of 27 sharp serrated teeth. In the wild, Grey Reef Sharks survive up to 25 years.

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Reef Shark
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