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Black Tip Reef Sharks

Found on the tropical coral reefs of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, Blacktip Reef Sharks prefer shallow, inshore waters.

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Black Tip Reef Sharks

Black Tip Reef Sharks

Found on the tropical coral reefs of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, Blacktip Reef Sharks prefer shallow, inshore waters.

Black Tip Reef Sharks is a shark that is active and very active. They’re hunting prey in the middle of the water and water surface. Normally, they eat other fish as food by using sharp teeth structure combined with swift and active swimming while attacking .But some types of behavior may attack marine mammals such as seals or sea lions. Black Tip Reef Sharks smell very quickly especially the smell of blood and can hear sound up to 2 kilometers.

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Found on the tropical coral reefs of the Indian and Pacific Oceans, Blacktip Reef Sharks prefer shallow, inshore waters.

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