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Video of Bull Shark Playa del carmen Mexico
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The Bull Shark can be recognized by its unique body shape, which is much wider in comparison to its length than other sharks, and its snout, which is wider than it is long. These features give the Bull Shark an almost stout appearance. The shark is gray on the top half of its body and off white underneath. The Bull Shark also has two dorsal fins, the second of which is much smaller than the first. Males of the species are approximately 7 feet long and weich 90 kg while females grow to 11.4 feet on average and weigh 230 kg. The bull shark is a widespread coastal and freshwater shark inhabiting shallow waters in bays, estuaries, rivers, and lakes. They have a unique ability to penetrate far up rivers and hypersaline bays, particularly when they’re young. They have often been found hundreds of km from the sea. Adults can also be found near estuaries and freshwater inflows to the sea. Found typically between 3-30 m in depth. Bull sharks are considered on of the most dangerous species of tropical shark; they’ve been implicated in a number of attacks on humans. A solitary hunter, the big bullshark feeds on bony fishes, other sharks such as young sandbar sharks, rays, mantis shrimps, crabs, squid, sea snails, sea urchins, mammalian carrion, sea turtles, and, occasionally, garbage. This is definitely an opportunisitc species!

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