A sandbar sharks watches over the wreckage of an Me 109 in a shallow reef in the Mediterranean Sea. via destroyed-and-abandoned

itstactical: A sandbar sharks watches over the wreckage of an Me 109 in a shallow reef in the Mediterranean Sea. via destroyed-and-abandoned

Sandbar shark - Wikipedia

Sandbar shark - Wikipedia

Brown Sandbar Shark (EPCOT)

Brown Sandbar Shark (EPCOT)

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The Great Hammerhead Shark Migration. This is the kind of awesome stuff that Shark Week is skipping over these days in favor of their shitty shows.

Sandbar Shark - A species of requiem shark, family Carcharhinidae, native to the Atlantic Ocean and the Indo-Pacific. It is distinguishable by its very high first dorsal fin and inter-dorsal ridge. It is one of the biggest coastal sharks in the world. Its dorsal fin is triangular and very high. Sandbar sharks usually have heavy-set bodies and rounded snouts that are shorter than the average shark's snout. Females can grow to 2/2.5 m, males up to 1.8 m.

Sandbar Shark - A species of requiem shark, family Carcharhinidae, native to the…

Sandbar Shark

This species gets its common name from the sandy and muddy flats, bays and estuaries in which it's commonly found.

Sandbar Shark

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Sandbar Shark

Posterazzi USA Sandbar Shark (Carcharhinus Plumbeus) in clear blue water near surface Hawaii Islands Canvas Art - Dave Fleetham Design Pics x

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Those are actually either lemon sharks or sandbar sharks which rarely attack and are just very curious.

Ever wonder where our sharks come from and how we get them here? "How to relocate a sandbar shark" | Washingtonian

How to Relocate a Sandbar Shark

Getting a six-foot, sandbar shark to Baltimore's National Aquarium isn't easy. Like many sharks, sandbars swim to breathe, getting oxygen from water as it passes through their mouths and gills.

Happy #SharkWeek! Click through to meet some of the FIN-tastic species that call the Aquarium home!

Happy Click through to meet some of the FIN-tastic species that call the Aquarium home!

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