See Sharks Swim Overhead
Some sharks swim constantly in the open ocean, while others prefer to rest in the sand. At SEA LIFE, you can watch sharks swim overhead among schools of fish, or see baby sharks sitting peacefully in the sand of their exhibit. Come and learn about all different kinds of sharks, and see how they behave in their environment.
SEA LIFE Aquarium is home to more than seven species of sharks
Sharks don’t have bones. They’re made out of cartilage, just like your ears and nose. Sharks’ skin feels like sandpaper.
Mochi, the Zebra shark, loves to take naps at the bottom of our ocean exhibit. She can often be found lying down where guests can get a close look.
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- Mochi, the zebra shark, loves to take naps on the ocean exhibit floor
- Explore seven shark species including black tips, epaulette, and bamboo sharks!
- Did you know sharks are made of cartilage, just like your nose and ears? Learn even more about sharks at SEA LIFE Arizona