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shark representative
Basking Shark
Megamouth Shark
Whale Shark
White Shark
Blue Shark
Zebra Bullhead Shark
Blacktip Sawtail Catshark
Whitespotted Bambooshark
Tiger Shark
Bull Shark
Blacktip Reef Shark
Spottail Shark
Frilled Shark
Clouded Angelshark
Blackbelly Lanternshark
Pelagic Thresher Shark
Starspotted Smothhound Shark
Spadenose Shark
Scalloped Hammerhead Shark
Spotted Wobbegong Shark
Tawny Nurse shark
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* Shark Representative Tiger Shark
* Galeocerdo cuvier * *
Family: Carcharhinidae picture:Tiger Shark
Color grey above with vertical black to dark grey bars and spots, bold in young but fading in adult, white below. Huge striped shark with a broad, bluntly rounded snout, very long upper labial furrows, big mouth with large, saw-edged, cockscomb-shaped teeth, spiracles. Prominent interdorsal ridge and low caudal keels.

Distribution and Biology ;
World-wide in temperate and tropical oceanic waters. Ovoviviparous. Sometimes called “a garbage can with fins”: eats bony fishes, elasmobrachs, sea turtles, sea snakes, marine iquanas, seabirds, marine mammals, carrion and rubbish.

Fishery :
IUCN Red List: Near Threatened. Common or formerly common large shark but caught regularly in target and noon-target fisheries. Fins are high value.