Tiger Shark By Devin M McHugh

  • Tiger sharks have excellent vision
  • very strong sense of smell
  • They have a lateral line that detects vibrations from other fish
  • Very sharp teeth
  • nocturnal hunter they hunt at night and just swim around during the day.
  • widest food spectrum they eat more than 1-2 food groups.
  • crustaceans, fish, seals, birds, squid, turtles, sea snakes, dolphins and smaller sharks.
  • They prefer to stay in the higher flats during the day then at night they retreat to the lower depth to feed.
  • some stay in packs but the bigger ones tend to go off on their own.
  • still only have very little info on this type of shark.
  • human interaction is very little to none these sharks tend to stay of the coast line were there is intimidate food for them to eat.
  • These sharks are gray, body is longer the snout is not pointed its flat


Created with images by JoshBerglund19 - "Tiger Shark" • JerryFrausto - "Sand Tiger Shark" • Tobyotter - "Sand Tiger Shark" • makelessnoise - "Sand Tiger" • NOAA Photo Library - "post0101"

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