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Bull Shark (carcharhinus leucas) is an animal of the fish type. It usually inhabits shallow and tropical waters. The weight of the animal is about 90kg - 230kg (200lbs - 500lbs) and average life span is 16 - 25 years. Human, tiger sharks are the dangerous creatures for bull sharks. See the table below to learn more facts.

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Facts about bull sharks
NameBull Shark
TypeFish
PredatorsHuman, tiger sharks
LifestyleSolitary
Distinctive FeaturesFlat, rounded snout and two dorsal fins
FamilyCarcharhinidae
PhylumChordata
Weight90kg - 230kg (200lbs - 500lbs)
Size (L)2.1m - 3.5m (7ft - 11.5ft)
Life Span16 - 25 years
OrderCarcharhiniformes
ClassChondrichthyes
KingdomAnimalia
GenusCarcharhinus
ColourBlue, grey
DietCarnivore
Scientific NameCarcharhinus leucas
Skin TypeScales
Conservation StatusLeast concern
Main PreyFish, sharks, stingray
HabitatShallow and tropical waters
Average Litter Size10
Top Speed40km/h (25mph)
Image Details
Description Grey reef shark. File:Grey Reef Shark in Bora Bora.jpg
Width 1216 pixels
Heigh 864 pixels
File type JPG
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