The Graceful Shark (scientific name Carcharhinus amblyrhynchoides) is a requiem shark listed in the Carcharhinidae family.
Sharptooth Lemon Sharks (scientific name Negaprion acutidens) prefer tropical water when choosing their habitat. They can be observed near the coasts of the Pacific and Indian oceans.
Spinner sharks prefer moderately warm and tropical waters. These sharks choose places for their habitat mainly in shallow water, they live at a depth of up to 100 meters, more often at a depth of up to 30 meters, in island and continental shelves.
Snaggletooth sharks are belong to the family of Weasel Shark. The scientific name for these sharks is Hemipristis elongata.
Scalloped Hammerhead sharks are the most common of all Hammerhead sharks. However, they are smaller in size than the Great Hammerhead and Smooth Hammerhead sharks.
Basking sharks, whose scientific name is Cetorhinus maximus, are the second largest species of sharks in the world, following only Whale sharks. This species of sharks chooses to inhabit both coastal continental shelves and deep waters, especially in winter they move to the area of deep shelf waters. They are found both near the surface …
Sandbank sharks are primarily inhabited in coastal areas of the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific Oceans. As you can guess from the name of this species of sharks, they prefer a sandy bottom for their habitat.
This species of sharks strongly prefers shallow waters for its stay at a depth of up to 50, less often up to 140 meters, they can be found near lagoons and coral reefs, as well as on island and continental shelves.
Pigeye shark is one of the species of a requiem shark that is part of the diverse family Carcharhinidae. Such sharks often live in the warm tropical as well as subtropical waters in the eastern geographical locations of the Atlantic Ocean, as well as in some areas of the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Their home …
Great hammerhead (Sphyrna mokarran) is the largest representative of hammerhead sharks. This species of sharks live mainly in the warm waters of the tropics and inhabits areas around the coast. Their habitat is both continental and insular shelves, also these sharks are often found near coral reefs. Great hammerhead sharks can most often be observed …