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WHAT IS THE TIGER SHARK?


The tiger shark is called that because it has tiger-like stripes on it's back and white belly. Much the same way the common tiger is decorated. It also has a thick-body and blunt stout. Tiger sharks also have a spiracle gill slit behind their eyes to help promote blood flow to their brain and eyes. Like all sharks they have a great sense of smell and very keen eyesight and they can hear injured prey miles away.



Tiger sharks can grow to 20 feet in length but the average length tends to be closer to 10 feet. They also feed on fish, turtles, crabs, clams, birds and other sharks or anything else if they get too hungry. This animal is solitary and spends all of it's time alone unless it is mating. It's habitat is 1200 feet down from the surface and it lives in tropical waters along the earth's equator.














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Tiger sharks reproduce via aplacental viviparity; the young of tiger sharks are born live in litters of between 10 and 82 pups. Gestation takes about 9 months. At birth they are 20-30 inches (51-76 cm) long and are completely independent. Also, this species of shark is a slow swimmer but it can have short bursts of high speed when it needs to catch prey. And it's lifespan is unknown.

 

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