52 Types of Shark In The World

 Types of Shark Species In The World - Did you know there are 450 types of sharks that have been found in this world, They generally have large shapes and on average can live for 20 - 30 years in their habitat. no this time will be explained the types of sharks that you can learn.

Here are 52 types of sharks that exist in the world.

1. Bahamas Sawshark (Pristiophorus schroederi)

Bahamas Sawshark (Pristiophorus schroederi)

Bahamas sawshark which has the Latin name Pristiophorus schroederi is listed in the family Pristiophoridae. Unlike its Asian brother ( the name of the scientist to refer to members of the same genus) is the Japanese sawshark (Pristiophorus japonicus) which lives in the Pacific ocean, But the Bahamas sawshark lives in the Atlantic Ocean. They are also known by the nickname American sawshark.

2. Basking Shark (Cetorhinus maximus)

Basking Shark (Cetorhinus maximus)

Basking shark has the scientific name Cetorhinus maximus, which is the second most shark in existence today( the shark with the most population is the whale shark). What's interesting about this shark is that although the dimensions of the basking shark are very large, its food only consists of plankton. This shark can live in cold and warm temperature waters. The mouth of the basking shark is very distinctive. Their mouth is very large, its width can be more than a meter

3. Bigeye Sixgill Shark (Hexanchus nakamurai)

Bigeye Sixgill Shark (Hexanchus nakamurai)

Bigeye sixgill shark which has the Latin name Hexanchus nakamurai is one of the 2 surviving species of sixgill sharks or 6 gill sharks. This large fish is a member of the family of cow sharks (Hexanchidae). They are apex predators whose territory is large, meaning they occupy the peak of the food chain, The habitat of these sharks is in coastal ecosystems as well as deep waters.

4. Blacktip Reef Shark (Carcharhinus melanopterus)

Blacktip Reef Shark (Carcharhinus melanopterus)

Blacktip Reef Shark has the scientific name Carcharhinus melanopterus or blacktip reef, this small but lightning shark is the smallest of all reef shark species. It only reaches 1.5 meters to 1.9 meters in length and only weighs 20 to 25 kilograms. The species lives in warm and shallow waters near sandy seafronts and coral reefs. Its name is taken from the color of the tip of the muzzle as well as the black color at the end of its fins, most notably the dorsal fin. This shark has the title of the prettiest shark in the ocean and is often seen by divers because this species is more fond of shallow waters.

5. Blue Shark (Prionace glauca)

Blue Shark (Prionace glauca)

Blue shark has the scientific name Prionace glauca is one of the most charming sharks of all types of sharks. Unfortunately, they are also one of the most frequently hunted sharks in the world, they are easy to recognize because of their slender and torpedo-like bodies. Their swimming method is very unique, they are indeed known as reliable swimmers. Blue Shark can grow with a length of up to 4 meters and a weight of up to 205 kg.

6. Bluegrey Carpet Shark (Brachaelurus colcloughi)

Bluegrey Carpet Shark (Brachaelurus colcloughi)

Bluegrey Carpet shark has the scientific name Brachaelurus colcloughi, they are often found on the northeastern seafront of Australia. They are prime examples of ordinary shark species that are under-noticed and less interested in shark conservation. But these charming creatures mean just as much in marine ecosystems.

7. Bluntnose Sixgill Shark (Hexanchus griseus)

Bluntnose Sixgill Shark (Hexanchus griseus)

Bluntnose sixgill shark has the scientific name Hexanchus griseus is an ancient shark of the family Hexanchidae (cow shark). These deep-water predators have the following characteristics: they have 6 pairs of long gill slits on each side of their wide head, basic teeth such as a yellow comb, and a long tail. They roam the cool, temperate, as well as tropical seas. Its appearance is similar to the fossil form of a shark that dates back 200 million years to the Triassic period.

8. Broadnose Sevengill Shark (Notorynchus cepedianus)

Broadnose Sevengill Shark (Notorynchus cepedianus)

Broadnose sevengill shark has the scientific name Notorynchus cepedianus is the only coastal member of the family of bovine sharks, Hexanchidae- most other members prefer deep sea water. Thus, although the lower life of all these groups has always been somewhat mysterious, this large species is more often studied than the majority of other hexanchoids ( along with bluntnose sixgill sharks). Broadnose Sevengill Shark is widespread in coastal waters of the world.

9. Bronze Whaler Shark (Carcharhinus brachyurus)

Bronze Whaler Shark (Carcharhinus brachyurus)

Bronze whaler shark has the scientific name Carcharhinus brachyurus has several nicknames such as " narrowtooth shark,"" bronzys,"" copper shark," and" bronze." These sharks live in subtropical waters as well as they feed on smaller sharks, rays, as well as bony fish. Unfortunately, this shark is the main target of commercial fishermen as well as exercising hunting.

10. Bull Shark (Leucas carcharhinus)

Bull Shark (Leucas carcharhinus)

Bull shark has the scientific name Leucas carcharhinus ,this shark is scattered everywhere. they have a mighty stature and a wide flat muzzle. They are one of the 43 species of sharks that can live in seawater as well as fresh water. It also makes them one of the most popular shark species. This species is known by a variety of different names depending on its habitat: zambezi shark, Nicaraguan shark, or Ganges shark. But this shark is also known to be one of the 3 most dangerous sharks because it often attacks humans( the other 2 are great white sharks and tiger sharks). 

11. Burmese Bamboo Shark (Chiloscyllium burmensis)

Burmese Bamboo Shark (Chiloscyllium burmensis)

Burmese bamboo shark, scientifically named Chiloscyllium burmensis, is an elusive fish that lives in the tropical waters of Burma in Southeast Asia. They are members of the family Hemiscylliidae. This species is a small shark with a dimension of only 57.5 centimeters and is placed in the Smithsonian Institution, at the National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D. C. This genus of sharks has a long and distinctive snout. The pectoral fins as well as the ventral fins are thin and very muscular. This species does not have a different color pattern.

12. Caribbean Reef Shark (Carcharhinus perezii)

Caribbean Reef Shark (Carcharhinus perezii)

Caribbean Reef Shark has the Latin name Carcharhinus perezi, this type of shark is able to reach an optimal length of 3 m and weighs 50 - 70 kg. This species of shark is very similar to the gray reef shark found only in the Indo-Pacific. 

13. Caribbean Roughshark (Oxynotus caribbaeus)

Caribbean Roughshark (Oxynotus caribbaeus)

Caribbean roughshark has the scientific name Oxynotus caribbaeus is a small and very rare shark found , its habitat is located in the underwater waters of the Gulf of Mexico as well as the Caribbean Sea. Little is known about the history of the life of this species full of mysteries. They were described in 1961.

14. Cookiecutter Shark (Isistius brasiliensis)

Cookiecutter Shark (Isistius brasiliensis)

Cookiecutter shark has the scientific name Isistius brasiliensis is a member of the family of" quiet sharks" Dalatiidae. This group in turn is listed in the order Squaliformes, dogfish sharks. Physically they appear a kind of dogfish with a long thin body, a short muzzle in the form of a cone, and without an anal fin. The skin is grayish-brown with a darker brown zone near the esophagus and lighter gills and abdominal zone.

It is called the cookiecutter shark because the bite marks it leaves on the body of its prey are similar to cakes. This small fish is also known as the cigar shark because of its body shape. They live in deep waters in warmer regions of all the world. The length of its adult males is up to 42 centimeter as well as females develop slightly larger to 56 centimeters.

15. Copper Shark (Carcharhinus brachyurus)

Copper Shark (Carcharhinus brachyurus)

Copper shark has the name Carcharhinus brachyurus is a seaside species that can develop up to 3.5 meters. They are" requiem sharks", (family Carcharhinidae) which are great sharks of a kind of tiger shark commonly found in warm oceans. This one is also known by many other universal names listed narrowtooth shark, bronze shark, cocktail shark, bronze whaler, and New Zealand whaler. Copper sharks are often mistaken for other large requiem sharks, listed as members of the same genus such as blacktip sharks, ( C. limbatus) and spinner sharks( C. brevipinna).

16. Crested Bullhead Shark (Heterodontus galeatus)

Crested Bullhead Shark (Heterodontus galeatus)

The crested bullhead shark has the scientific name Heterodontus galeatus is a species of small shark, which lives under the sea off the eastern seafront of Australia. Other names for this cute-looking creature are the crown horn shark and the Port Jackson crown shark. The underseason of the skin is bright brown and dark brown with wide bands on the head, back, and tail. They are members of the bullhead family as well as the horn shark, (Heterodontidae) along with some of their close relatives.

17. Frilled Shark (Chlamydoselachus anguineus)

Frilled Shark (Chlamydoselachus anguineus)

Frilled shark has the scientific name Chlamydoselachus anguineus. These sharks are very similar to eels, but because of their 6 gill slits, they actually fall apart from great white sharks as well as hammerhead sharks. Frill sharks have many nicknames such as, "Monster Loch Ness," "Sea Snake," and" Living Fossils." This shark can be found in the waters of Australia, the Caribbean, Chile, West Africa, New Zealand, as well as Southeast Asia. 

18. Galapagos Bullhead Shark (Heterodontus quoyi)

Galapagos Bullhead Shark (Heterodontus quoyi)

Galapagos Bullhead Shark has the scientific name heterodontus quoyi, little is known about the life as well as ecology of the Galapagos bullhead shark, heterodontus quoyi. This tropical/ warm species is sometimes also pronounced as the Peruvian horn shark. They are members of heterodontidae, a bullhead shark and horn shark, a family of small sharks dating back to the Jurassic period. Its length can reach 1.07 m. The large head, large muzzle, and black patches on its grayish-patterned skin make this fish look strange, a kind of cross between leopards and pigs. The relatively large pectoral fins raise a distinct look and allow these sharks to crawl under the sea.

19. Goblin Shark (Mitsukurina owstoni)

Goblin Shark (Mitsukurina owstoni)

Goblin shark has the scientific name Mitsukurina owstoni is a type of shark that has the most terrible face shape, this shark can be found in the waters of the western Indian Ocean, the western and eastern Atlantic Oceans, and the western Pacific Ocean. These sharks live in the deep sea under the ocean, deepened 1,200 meters below sea level. Therefore, goblin sharks have never been seen and unfortunately very little can be known about this mysterious shark.

20. Gray Reef Shark (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos)

Gray Reef Shark (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos)

Gray reef shark has the scientific name Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos also diknal with several names, namely bronze whaler shark, short nose blacktail, and Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos. This shark is a shark that has a beautiful body shape and can be distinguished from other sharks through a plain white-topped dorsal fin and a black tip on all other fins. Gray reef sharks can generally grow no more than 2.5 meters and weigh 35 kilograms. This species can live up to 25 years. What distinguishes this shark is its keen sense of smell.

21. Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna zygaena)

Great Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna zygaena)

The great hammerhead shark has the scientific name Sphyrna zygaena, until recently it was one of the very popular sharks. Many people know about this one species of shark, let's understand in part the interesting reality about one of the most remarkable species of fish in this world. This shark has a flat head and is in the shape of the letter T which makes it stand out from the other sharks, a kind of hammer. Many people are very interested and want to know about the form and benefits of hammerhead shark heads.

22. Great White Shark (Carcharodon carcharias)

Great White Shark (Carcharodon carcharias)

Great white sharks have the scientific name Carcharodon carcharias, this shark is arguably a very popular as well as a very feared one. This extraordinary creature can grow an average of 25 centimeters each year for the rest of its life. In the aged sessions of their lives, their length can range from 3 to 4 meters. Although there are many stories that these sharks always eat helpless victims, they can actually survive 3 months without eating.

23. Greenland Shark (Somniosus microcephalus)

Greenland Shark (Somniosus microcephalus)

Greenland shark has the scientific name Somniosus microcephalus, this shark has very large dimensions and prefers to live in very cold temperatures. Although these sharks are large, they actually develop relatively slowly. Moreover, some Greenland sharks are recorded to only develop 1 centimeter per year. These sharks not only develop at a slow speed, but also move slowly, this is a very interesting reality because they like fish that move fast all the time they eat.

24. Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrnidae)

Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrnidae)

Hammerhead Shark has the scientific name Sphyrnidae, the life span for the majority of hammerhead sharks is between 25 to 35 years. In fact, at the same time, their life expectancy continues to be long. The eyes of this shark are located on the outer edge of the head of its hammer. This allows them to see 360 degrees vertically, which means that this shark can look up and the bottom quite easily. Unfortunately, this placement of the eyes gives rise to a large blind spot fitting in front of their noses.

This fish is popular because of its ability to make quick and sharp turns. The hammer head not only acts as a balancing equipment, but the body is actually specially designed to rotate and bend.

25. Horn Shark (Heterodontus francisci)

Horn Shark (Heterodontus francisci)

The horn shark has the scientific name Heterodontus francisci, which is a small and universal bottomwaters carrier in the warm waters of western North America. They are members of the bullhead shark family( Heterodontidae). Its name comes from its short, blunt head with a large bump over the eyes matching the horns. They have large horns on their 2 large dorsal fins and many small black spots on the brownish-gray skin.

Most sharks are between 1 meter old and the maximum length of this species is 1.2 meters. Horn sharks have a small cruising area, generally no more than 1. 000 m². They like to live in the same universal zone, always there year after year. The farthest distance known to the horn shark is only 16.3 kilometers.

26. Japanese Sawshark (Pristiophorus japonicus)

Japanese Sawshark (Pristiophorus japonicus)

Japanese sawshark has the scientific name Pristiophorus japonicus, the ocean floor is home to some of the savage fauna, this shark is a very strange one. It is very easy to see where the name comes from, is a long and flat muzzle containing near 25 - 45 jagged teeth on both sides. So with its long and slender body, this sea creature is basically a living saw. Right in the middle of the snout, 2 sunguts make this fish look long and thin.

27. Japanese Wobbegong Shark (Orectolobus japonicus)

Japanese Wobbegong Shark (Orectolobus japonicus)

Japanese wobbegong has the scientific name Orectolobis japonicas is a flat-looking and cute fish that inhabits the warm and tropical waters of the western Pacific Ocean. It is a carpet shark (order Orectolobiformes), one of 12 tribes counted in the family Wobbegong (Orectolobidae). The name is also commensurate with the fun: the eccentric word is believed to be sourced from Australia's Aboriginal language. Apparently it means "hairy godek," referring to the development of the skin around his mouth.

28. Leafscale Gulper Shark (Centrophorus squamosus)

Leafscale Gulper Shark (Centrophorus squamosus)

Leafscale gulper shark has the scientific name Centrophorus squamosus is a unit of the family Centrophoridae. This constitutes a family of dogfish. the typical characteristics of these sharks are large green eyes as well as denticles (small factoric in the form of arid v-2nd skin) that are similar to leaves. His first dorsal fin was rada spaced as well as slightly. Its dorsal fin has spines and this shark has no burit fin.

This shark is known to be able to reach an adult size length of 150 centimeters, which is small compared to many other shark tribes. the highest length ever listed from this shark is 158 centimeters. Leafscale gulper shark also has a long brown or gray muzzle without a specific distinctive pattern. They have teeth in both jaws that are in the form of knives, rows of teeth based on much smaller than the base teeth.

29. Lemon Shark (Negaprion brevirostris)

Lemon Shark (Negaprion brevirostris)

Lemon shark Mme has the scientific name Negaprion brevirostris, is a well-known and widely researched shark than all other shark models. Unlike most sharks, lemon sharks can survive in conservation sites longer. Therefore, intellectuals have the possibility of observing their attitudes not like other sharks. The average adult lemon shark has a length of approximately 3.5 meters and weighs approximately 190 kilograms. They are called that because of their unusual yellow or brown color and melamine and shine.

30. Leopard Shark (Triakis semifasciata)

Leopard Shark (Triakis semifasciata)

Leopard shark has the scientific name Triakis semifasciata, this shark is easily recognized by its dark spots that are like patterns on leopards. But also found leopard shark albino. These sharks prefer warm waters and they generally consume crustaceans, bony fish, squid, and other small sharks and stingrays.

31. Mako Shark (Isurus paucus)

Mako Shark (Isurus paucus)

The mako shark has the scientific name Isurus paucus, it is an amazing animal and is really fast. this time, there were only 2 tribes of mako sharks left behind. They are called longfin mako (longfin mako) and shortfin mako (shortfin mako). The most is a longfin with a length of approximately 4.5 meters and an adult weighing approximately 170 kilograms. Shortfins average approximately half the dimensions as well as the weight of longfins. The two tribes are easily distinguished by their teeth that look rare and terrible. The teeth were visible even though the mouth was closed. to ease the identification, the mako shark suggests being a small model of the great white shark.

32. Megalodon Shark (Carcharodon megalodon)

Megalodon Shark (Carcharodon megalodon)

The megalodon shark has the scientific name Carcharodon megalodon, now extinct. This shark lived on the planet approximately 10 to 70 million years ago. Megalodon sharks are the main predators in the ocean and their size is very large. The exploiters do not entirely believe in the exact size of the megalodon shark, but we do know that the shark is between 12 and 18 meters long

33. Nurse Shark (Ginglymostoma cirratu)

Nurse Shark (Ginglymostoma cirratu)

Nurse sharks have the scientific name Ginglymostoma cirratu This is probably sourced from the rare sucking sound they emit when looking for food in the sand. similar to other sharks, this giant fish is fascinating and meaningful for the cris-fed marine ecosystem, most notably near weak coral reefs. They are able to become large radas with a length of up to 4.5 meters in adulthood. with a weight of up to 150 kilograms. generally, they are able to live between 25 as well as 35 years.

34. Pacific Sleeper Shark (Somniosus pacificus)

Pacific Sleeper Shark (Somniosus pacificus)

Pacific sleeper shark has a scientific name Somniosus pacificus ,this shark is often found swimming in waters whose air ranges from warm to cold. rather, these sharks prefer to live in the waters while they are deep. This shark is quite large, when it is an adult age it is able to reach a length of 3 to 4 meters. Pacific sleeper shark food consists of baby medicine, ketam, squid, snails, as well as dolphins.

35. Porbeagle Shark (Lamna nasus)

Porbeagle Shark (Lamna nasus)

The porbeagle shark has the Latin name Lamna nasus, this shark also has other names such as "mackerel shark," "blue dog," as well as "beaumaris shark." This shark is really large in size and apparently able to range from blue when mature to gray on the sides based on its back. Porbeagle sharks are known to inhabit the waters of recent Zealand, America, South Africa, Brazil, Argentina, Canada, as well as Chile.

36. Port Jackson Shark (Heterodontus portusjacksoni)

Port Jackson Shark (Heterodontus portusjacksoni)

The Port Jackson shark has the scientific name Heterodontus portusjacksoni is the species that has the largest population of Heterodontid sharks. They are one of 3 Australian tribes in a family of 8 model sharks (Heterodontidae, bullheads and horn sharks) paired with crested bullheads and bullhead striped horses. Adult sharks are able to grow up to 1.65 meters, the general length averages more than 75 centimeters for males and 90 centimeters for females.

37. Portuguese Dogfish Shark (Centroscymnus coelolepis)

Portuguese Dogfish Shark (Centroscymnus coelolepis)

Portuguese dogfish shark has the scientific name Centroscymnus coelolepis is an ancient "deep seawater fish" and is one of the shark tribes that lived in deep areas in the waters. They are happy to live deep in the intensity of the sea, at least with a depth of 1000 meters from below sea level. Their seagrasses are listed as also living in the depths of 3.7 kilometers below sea level.

38. Prickly Dogfish Shark (Oxynotus bruniensis)

Prickly Dogfish Shark (Oxynotus bruniensis)

Prickly dogfish sharks have the scientific name Oxynotus bruniensis are deep-water sharks that are little informed—they live in the temperate waters of Australia as well as recent Zealand. They are also referred to as rough sharks, prickly sharks, aka "pepeke" by maori people in recent Zealand. This species is one of 5 units in the genus Oxynotus, which together consist of a family referred to as angular rough sharks (Oxynotidae).

39. Reef Shark (Carcharhinus perezii)

Reef Shark (Carcharhinus perezii)

Reef shark has a scientific name Carcharhinus perezii , this shark often has other names such as blacktip, gray, Caribbean, whitetip, aka silvertip, playing a truly meaningful position in the planet's ecosystem. in addition, they can grow to a length of approximately 1.6 to 3 meters, these sharks are apex predators in coral reef ecosystems that are truly glacious. the point is that in the coral trumbu area they play a major role in the food chain.

40. Sailfin Rough Shark (Oxynotus paradoxus)

Sailfin Rough Shark (Oxynotus paradoxus)

Sailfin rough sharks have the scientific name Oxynotus paradoxus live, they live deep in the area of the Northeast Atlantic Ocean, although they have been rare. also known as a kite-fin shark, this shark is one of the four tribes that make a small rough shark family (Oxynotidae). These deep-water sharks are slow swimmers who use their great conscience of oil quality to always float.

all rough sharks are counted in a larger tribal gang referred to as the Squaliformes species, aka dogfish sharks. the body of this species has a short muzzle, 5 gill grids, two dorsal fins that on average have sharp spines, as well as without burit fins. They also lack nictitating amusing, which is the extra, bright eyelids that half the shark has for eye protection.

41. Sand Shark (Odontaspididae)

Sand Shark (Odontaspididae)

Sand shark has the scientific name Odontaspididae ,this shark is also known as sand tiger shark (US and UK), grey nurse shark (Australia), and ragged tooth shark (Africa). In the scientific community, they are known as Carcharias taurus. They are taught sand sharks because they are often seen around shallow water areas and close to the sea coast.

The vulnerable performance of this once gave them a bad good name, but in reality they were peaceful and relatively unsustainable but provoked. This amazing shark develops up to 3.2 m and its aged fish are able to weigh approximately 200 kilograms. Both genitalia models lived for approximately 7 years and because of their expertise in breeding, many of them were kept in common shark aquariums.

42. Sawback Angel Shark (Squatina aculeata)

Sawback Angel Shark (Squatina aculeata)

Sawback angel shark has the scientific name Squatina aculeata is a tribe of extinct sea coastal areas that was often found in all subtropical waters of the Mediterranean Sea and the eastern Atlantic Ocean. This shark is also known as the monkfish pangilan, spiny angelshark, aka sawback angelshark. They are part of the angelshark family as well as sand devils (Squatinidae). Many inspection notices from fisheries news are quite reached at the genus level (Squatina sp.) because these sharks are complexly identified for tribes.

43. Scalloped Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna lewini)

Scalloped Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna lewini)

Scalloped hammerhead sharks have the scientific name Sphyrna lewini, They are not the same as other hammerhead Shark models due to the specific curves in their heads. These sharks are large and they consume ketam, lobsters, usertags, other sharks, rays, and there is some news if they also consume sea snakes.

44. Sharpnose Sevengill Shark (Heptranchias perlo)

Sharpnose Sevengill Shark (Heptranchias perlo)

Sharpnose sevengill shark Heptranchias perlo is the only shark in its genus. It is the smallest "cow shark" (a unit of the Hexanchidae family) and has other names such as perlon shark, one-finned hark, sevengill cow shark, sharpsnouted sevengill, aka sender sevengill. compared to other sharks, little information about this type of large family of sharks is clear that this shark is often found in deep water areas. Hexanchoids are found to be at least ancient from modern sharks because they are at least like the sharks from the fossil notice. They have a relatively simple skeletal, digestive, and excretory system.

45. Shortfin Mako Shark (Isurus oxyrinchus)

Shortfin Mako Shark (Isurus oxyrinchus)

Shortfin mako shark has the scientific name Isurus oxyrinchus,this shark is undoubtedly the fastest fish in the sea. Shortfin Mako Shark is able to touch a dexterity of 96 kph.  Mako Shark is a cousin of the famous great white shark, they successfully protect their body temperature warmer than the water in their more or less.


46. Silky shark (Carcharhinus falciformis)

Silky shark (Carcharhinus falciformis)

Silky shark has the scientific name Carcharhinus falciformis, called by that name because of the composition of its lampasy and smooth skin.  in their geographical location, they are also known as grey reef sharks, olives, whalers, and sometimes blackspots. This shark has a slim and streamlined body. In adulthood, its length is able to touch 3.5 meters and weighs approximately 350 kilograms.

47. Silvertip Shark (Carcharhinus albilimitatus)

Silvertip Shark (Carcharhinus albilimitatus)

Silvertip Shark has the scientific name Carcharhinus albilimitatus, which is one of the most common tribes of reef sharks. its maximum length reaches 3 meters as well as its maximum weight of 170 kilograms. females are larger than males. this species of shark is a larger and sturdier model than gray reef sharks, but they are easily distinguished through the silver-white stripes on their fins.

48. Thresher Shark (Alopias vulpinus)

Thresher Shark (Alopias vulpinus)

Thresher shark has the scientific name Alopias vulpinus aka fox shark. Its name is derived from the unusual large tip (tip fin), which in many cases, is as long as the body of the shark itself Its origin is also still an enigma. seems to be big, the fox shark's close relative is a megamouth shark. scientific research while actively trying to uncover many puzzles in this unusual and special fish.

49. Tiger Shark (Galeocerdo cuvier)

Tiger Shark (Galeocerdo cuvier)

Tiger shark has the scientific name Galeocerdo cuvier , is the only unit of the genus Galeocerdo. This shark is an aggressive predator and is commonly found in tropical and warm waters. larger than their requiem cousins, they are able to develop up to a length of 5 meters and are able to touch a weight of approximately 800 kilograms. there are remote things where they get much bigger than that.

also known as sea kingpins, they came across this name from the kingpin-like stripes on the body that faded as they got older. They also earned the nickname "The Wastebasket of the Sea" because they would consume anything, counting the excrement of the public and the dirt floating in the sea.

50. Whale Shark (Rhincodon typus)

Whale Shark (Rhincodon typus)

Whale shark has a scientific name Rhincodon typus, this shark is the most fish in all oceans. The "whale" section in its name describes its length which is about the same size as a whale. They also eat by a whale-like sorting method. Basically, they swim through the water and use their large gills as filterers, bending plankton and developing plants when swimming.

Whale sharks are also known as Rhinocdon typus and they are really big sharks. They are actually the most fish sharks in the country,The average adult fish is capable of the entire school bus. They grow on average reaching approximately 10-12 meters, but their length is able to touch 18 meters. Their weight reaches 15 tons.

51. Whitetip Reef Shark (Triaenodon obesus)

Whitetip Reef Shark (Triaenodon obesus)

Whitetip reef shark has the scientific name Triaenodon obesus. Along with blacktip reef sharks and grey reef sharks, they are one of the most common sharks in the Indo-Pacific. this species is easily visible because of its rare swimming style, not diligent, waving and obviously white termination on its dorsal fin.

52. Zebra Bullhead Shark (Heterodontus Zebra)

Zebra Bullhead Shark (Heterodontus Zebra)

Zebra Bullhead shark has the scientific name Heterodontus, is a close member of the bullhead family as well as the horn shark, Heterodontidae. this group of sharks residing at the base consists of one genus that encompasses 8 living tribes. They are small looking rare that are really not like typical sharks. This species of exclusive bullhead lives in the subtropical waters of the western Pacific Ocean. despite its rare form, this shark is a truly interesting fish, colored with dark erect lines with pale reverse context.

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