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The Sand Shark (Carcharias taurus) - likes to spend time in the bays and the larger ones are usually caught in the upper parts of our bays.   HOME WHAT’S NEW WHAT’S HERE OUR SITES EVENTS CALENDAR WEATHER HOME WEB MAIL BEACH WEATHER HOTELS/MOTELS REAL ESTATE VACATION RENTALS RESTAURANTS DINING OUR TOWN
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Home Types of Sharks Shark Anatomy History of Sharks Shark Facts & FAQ’s Shark Blog Home > The Sand Shark The Sand Shark The Sand Shark is also known as the Sand Tiger Shark (US and UK), the Grey Nurse Shark (Australia) and Ragged Tooth Shark (Africa). In the scientific community it’s known as the Car
Sand sharks, also known as sand tiger sharks, grey nurse sharks or ragged tooth sharks, are mackerel shark s of the family Odontaspididae. They are found worldwide in temperate and tropical waters. The three species are in two genera. The body tends to be brown with dark markings in the upper half. These markings disap

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