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animaldiversity.org/accounts/Triaenodon_obesus

The blacktip reef shark takes the shallow, high-energy coastal waters. ... Both of these characteristics allow them to exist more easily among the rough and ...

kidszoo.org/our-animals/blacktip-reef-shark

Blacktip reef sharks live in mainly shallow waters, especially in coral reefs and shallow lagoons of the Indian Ocean and Central Pacific Ocean.

www.sharksider.com/blacktip-reef-shark

The Blacktip Reef Shark, also known as the Carcharhinus Limbatus, gets its name from the pointed snout and black tips on its fins (especially its dorsal fin).

www.sharksider.com/caribbean-reef-shark

The Caribbean Reef Shark is one of the most beautiful sharks in the World and there is a decent chance you can see one in your lifetime. This is so amazing!

www.scubadiving.com/8-fun-facts-about-blacktip-reef-sharks

Mar 7, 2017 ... With their sleek, streamlined bodies and distinctive velvet-black fin tips, blacktip reef sharks are considered among the most beautiful sharks in ...

www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/fish/facts/blacktip-shark

Leaping Ability and Diet. Blacktip sharks are sometimes spotted above the water. They leap above the surface, rotate several times, and splash down on their ...

www.science.gov/topicpages/b/blacktip+reef+shark

This study examined the characteristics of a blacktip reef shark Carcharhinus melanopterus population in turbid coastal habitats through a multi-year ...

australian.museum/learn/animals/fishes/grey-reef-shark-carcharhinus-amblyrhynchos

Other behaviours and adaptations. It has an inquisitive nature, often investigating disturbances and approaching divers. It has a well-documented threat display ...

sciencing.com/behavioral-adaptations-sharks-8591999.html

Apr 19, 2018 ... Sharks are nocturnal predators of the ocean, feeding at night between low and high tide, and typically in shallow water near reefs. Sharks ...

bioweb.uwlax.edu/bio203/f2013/berry_nich/adaptation.htm

The caudal fin is used in propulsion, and the pectoral fins are used to navigate through the water. This combined with its cartilaginous skeleton makes for a flexible, ...