Tiger sharks enjoy warm water. Most live in the Atlantic ocean, but some can be found off the coasts of Hawaii, Japan and New Zealand. As the fourth largest shark in the world, tiger sharks regularly inhabit wide open sp... More »

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Blue sharks are known for their distinct coloring, which allows them to blend in with ocean water. From above, the water appears darker and camouflages the shark's dark blue back, while its white underside resembles the ... More »

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Some interesting facts about the number 10 include the Korean alphabet has 10 vowels, Virginia was the 10th state to enter the Union and the metric system is based on the number 10. In England, a person can be convicted ... More »

Tiger sharks live in warm water, can grow to be more than 16 feet long and eat a wide range of food. For instance, tiger sharks aren't picky about their meals, eating birds and sea turtles or dolphins. More »

www.reference.com Pets & Animals Marine Life Sharks

Blue sharks are known for their distinct coloring, which allows them to blend in with ocean water. From above, the water appears darker and camouflages the shark's dark blue back, while its white underside resembles the ... More »

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Tiger sharks will eat almost anything, such as stingrays, birds, sea snakes and seals, as they are scavengers in the ocean and are equipped with serrated razor-sharp teeth that enable them to break sea turtle shells as w... More »

Tiger sharks exist at the top of the food chain, and they prey on a wide variety of species, including fish, sea turtles and other sharks. Additionally, tiger sharks prey on sea-dwelling birds, catching them as they land... More »