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Are there sharks in the banderas bay?
Yes. Sharks are found in ALL the world's oceans, but, as the saying goes, there are many fish in the sea, so it is normally quite safe to swim in an area in which they have been seen. However, their superior sense of smell (up to a mile away) directs them to blood in the water. Once excited, they don't really seem to care who or what they eat, hence the term "feeding frenzy".But specifically, there are nurse sharks & whitetip reef sharks found/seen in Banderas Bay.
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it means dream story of shark bay.
There are sharks in the US Virgin Islands, but the chances of anyone seeing one is not good, according to a US National Park Service marine biologist there. Sharks are rare. M…aho Bay in S. John is small compared to Leinster Bay to the north, and the swimming area is a shallow shelf.
The only Shark capable of swimming in fresh water is the Bull Shark in fact it raises young in fresh water because the ocean has too many predators.
Yes. There are several dozen species of sharks in Shark Bay, whichis located in northwestern Western Australia. The most commonspecies include: . Tiger shark ( Galeocerdo cu…vier ) - Shark Bay has one ofthe world's largest populations of tiger sharks. . Western wobbegong ( Orectolobus hutchinsi ) . Spotted wobbegong ( Orectolobus maculatus ) . Banded wobbegong ( Orectolobus halei ) . Grey carpet shark ( Chiloscyllium punctatum ) . Epaulette shark ( Hemiscyllium ocellatum ) . Zebra shark ( Stegastoma fasciatum ) . Whale shark ( Rhincodon typus ) . Grey nurse shark ( Carcharias taurus ) . White shark ( Carcharodon carcharias ) . Shortfin mako ( Isurus oxyrinchus ) . Whiskery shark ( Furgaleus macki ) . Pencil shark ( Hypogaleus hyugaensis ) . Weasel shark ( Hemigaleus microstoma ) . Fossil shark ( Hemipristis elongata ) . Spinner shark ( Carcharhinus brevipinna ) . Nervous shark ( Carcharhinus cautus ) . Whitecheek shark ( Carcharhinus dussumieri ) . Bull shark ( Carcharhinus leucas ) . Blacktip reef shark ( Carcharhinus melanopterus ) . Dusky shark ( Carcharhinus obscurus ) . Sandbar shark ( Carcharhinus plumbeus ) . Lemon shark ( Negaprion acutidens ) . Milk shark ( Rhizoprionodon acutus ) . Whitetip reef shark ( Triaenodon obesus ) . Scalloped hammerhead ( Sphyrna zygaena ) . Great hammerhead ( Sphyrna mokarran ) . Smooth hammerhead ( Sphyrna zygaena ) Less common, but still observed in Shark Bay, are: . Creek whaler ( Carcharhinus fitzroyensis ) . Tawny nurse shark (Nebrius ferrugineus) . Common blacktip shark ( Carcharhinus limbatus ) . Grey reef shark ( Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos ) . Pigeye shark ( Carcharhinus amboinensis ) . Silvertip shark ( Carcharhinus albimarginatus )
Bull sharks are the most common and dangerous.
it is a beach bay on shark island and there's a shark there so its called shark bay
Way out on the northern part of the west coast of Australia. Famous for the Stromatolites - an extremely ancient life form, still growing there. These bacterial growths owe th…eir presence to the salinity of the bay, which is unfavourable to organisms that would ordinarily attack them.
There haven't been any unprovoked shark attacks in Puerto Vallarta (or the Mexican state of Jalisco, for that matter) since 1880.
what type of heritage site is shark bay
Yes. Shark Bay is the most western point of the Australian mainland.
There are 34 known species of sharks in Shark Bay, which lies offthe northwest coast of Western Australia. They are: Tiger shark ( Galeocerdocuvier ) - Shark Bay has one of …the world's largest populationsof tiger sharks. Western wobbegong ( Orectolobushutchinsi ) Spotted wobbegong ( Orectolobusmaculatus ) Banded wobbegong ( Orectolobushalei ) Grey carpet shark ( Chiloscylliumpunctatum ) Epaulette shark ( Hemiscylliumocellatum ) Zebra shark ( Stegastomafasciatum ) Whale shark ( Rhincodontypus ) Grey nurse shark ( Carchariastaurus ) White shark ( Carcharodoncarcharias ) Shortfin mako ( Isurusoxyrinchus ) Whiskery shark ( Furgaleusmacki ) Pencil shark ( Hypogaleushyugaensis ) Weasel shark ( Hemigaleusmicrostoma ) Fossil shark ( Hemipristiselongata ) Spinner shark ( Carcharhinusbrevipinna ) Nervous shark ( Carcharhinuscautus ) Whitecheek shark ( Carcharhinusdussumieri ) Bull shark ( Carcharhinusleucas ) Blacktip reef shark ( Carcharhinusmelanopterus ) Dusky shark ( Carcharhinusobscurus ) Sandbar shark ( Carcharhinusplumbeus ) Lemon shark ( Negaprionacutidens ) Milk shark ( Rhizoprionodonacutus ) Whitetip reef shark ( Triaenodonobesus ) Scalloped hammerhead ( Sphyrnazygaena ) Great hammerhead ( Sphyrnamokarran ) Smooth hammerhead ( Sphyrnazygaena ) Creek whaler ( Carcharhinusfitzroyensis ) Tawny nurse shark (Nebrius ferrugineus) Common blacktip shark ( Carcharhinuslimbatus ) Grey reef shark ( Carcharhinusamblyrhynchos ) Pigeye shark ( Carcharhinusamboinensis ) Silvertip shark ( Carcharhinusalbimarginatus )
they live in Shark bay, Australia and they live on the coast of shark bay. search endangered animals in australia thanks!
Shark Bay is the westernmost point of mainland Australia. It is, of course, in Western Australia.
Yes. Lots. Blacktipped Sharks, and Bullsharks are prevalent.
Yes there is. Sharks are commonly found in the hawaiian waters.Also the depth of the water and the reef makes it a perfect placefor home. A few beaches away, there is Sharks C…ove where sharks arefound pass the rock wall.
The Hilton Sharks Bay is a hotel where people can stay for pay. This particular hotel happens to be located in Sharm el-Sheikh in the country of Egypt. Many other versions of …Hilton hotels can be found in the US and other places around the whole world.