The Vicious Bull Shark By: Finn Gottschalk

The bull shark, also known as the Zambezi shark is native to Africa and Nicaragua. The bull shark is a requiem shark commonly found worldwide in warm, shallow waters along coasts and in rivers.

Scientific name: Carcharhinus leucas

female bull sharks migrate more towards brackish water when they are ready to give birth

Female: 290 lbs (Adult), Male: 210 lbs (Adult)

Bull sharks are the most dangerous sharks in the world, according to many experts. This is because they're an aggressive species of shark, and they tend to hunt in waters where people often swim: along tropical shorelines.

Found in: Indian Ocean, Mississippi River, Brahmaputra River, More

Bull sharks are large and stout, with females being larger than males.

PERSON#1:BULL SHARKS ARE BORING AND NOT AGGRESSIVE. PERSON#2: THAT A LOAD OF BULL SHARK!!!

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Created with images by Ersu - "Seaworld" • edenpictures - "Shark" • Florida Keys--Public Libraries - "MM00039205x" • Dallas Krentzel - "SEM Carcharhinus leucas, 9x" • amanderson2 - "Shark turning in front of me Beqa Shark Dive Bull Shark Fiji" • ume-y - "オオメジロザメ Bull shark" • ume-y - "オオメジロザメ Bull shark"

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