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A more than 8-foot blue shark named Buzz traveled the farthest south of all the tagged sharks included in the map — more than 3,000 miles down the U.S. coast from Cape Cod, past the Caribbean ...

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An 8-foot-4-inch adult male blue shark named “Buzz” traveled the furthest south of all the tagged sharks—over 3,000 miles from Cape Cod, past the Caribbean to South America! Fun facts about the species of sharks shown in the interactive map: Blue. The blue shark is one of the most common and widest ranging sharks.

www.worldatlas.com/articles/spinner-shark-facts-animals-of-north-america.html

3. Habitat and Range. Spinner sharks live within a wide range of ocean habitats. They can be found at all levels of water the column, though they show preferences for water of less than 98 feet deep. They are also migratory sharks, usually staying in warm offshore waters in the spring and summer and moving to deeper water in the colder seasons.

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World distribution map for the bull shark. Habitat. A young bull shark cruises the Caribbean shallows. ©Jeremy Stafford-Deitsch: The bull shark prefers to live in shallow coastal waters less than 100 feet deep (30 m), but ranges from 3-450 feet deep (1-150 m). It commonly enters

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The tiger shark loves warm waters and is found in most tropical and temperate regions. Other than a ready supply of food, tiger sharks don't have a lot of other requirements for their abode.Tiger sharks are found both on the surface and in depths of up to 1,150 feet (350 meters) [source: Knickle] and they're found in lots of different waters, including river estuaries and harbors.

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Great White Shark Habitat. Hunting Behavior. Great White Sharks are very smart hunters. Generally, they use specific strategies to catch their prey, such as surprising their prey from below. By far, their preferred prey is a seal. But they also seem to like sea lions, some species of dolphins (mostly Humpback Dolphins) and select species of whales.

www.fisheries.noaa.gov/resource/map/essential-fish-habitat-mapper

This one-of-a-kind tool displays maps for essential fish habitat, habitat areas of particular concern, and EFH areas protected from fishing. You can discover the species that spawn, grow, or live in a chosen location on the map and generate a report with supporting documentation. For species with distinct life-stages, the map offers locations ...

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The smallest shark is thought to be the dwarf lantern shark (Etmopterus perryi), a rare deep-sea species which is about 6 to 8 inches long. Habitat and Range Sharks are found from shallow to deep sea environments, in coastal, marine and oceanic environments the world over.

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