TIger Shark Facts

TIger Shark Facts

Behavior Tiger sharks are found in bays, lagoons, coral reefs, river estuaries, inshore  and offshore. They usually travel alone although they have been found in small schools. Tiger sharks move slowly but are capable of short bursts of speed. Tiger sharks prefer to...
Whale Shark Facts

Whale Shark Facts

Behavior The whale shark is a slow moving filter-feeder. It is capable of reaching depths of over 4000 ft. The whale shark can be solitary although there have been sightings of schools of over 400 whale sharks. Physical Characteristics The whale shark is the largest...
Whitetip Shark Facts

Whitetip Shark Facts

Behavior The whitetip shark has been described as a slow-moving and solitary shark. They usually are seen towards the surface covering large stretches of water to look for potential prey. They also have been know to follow boats and recently have experienced a...
Angel Shark Facts

Angel Shark Facts

Fast Facts Weight: 100 Length: 5 ft to 6 ft Locations: Shallow, temperate or tropical seas. Behavior The term 'angel shark' refers to all sharks in the genus Squatina. Angel sharks are bottom-feeders that typically live in shallow water, although one species of angel...