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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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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.
Yes. Lots. Blacktipped Sharks, and Bullsharks are prevalent.
Yes there sharks in Delaware Bay.
They eat flowers, leaves, insects and spiders
No there have not been any documented sightings of great whites in Hudson bay. There have been ( very rare) documented sightings of nurse sharks and Greenland sharks ( capable… of growing to a size able 7 meters ( 23 ') very little is known about the Greenland shark. A specimen was found with a polar bear jaw in Norway , but it's unknow whether it was captured or scavenged. Greenlands have been confirmed in shallow waters in the St Lawrence and even caught ice fishing in connected lakes in quebec. The porbeagle shark, a cold water shark may be in Hudson Bay.
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.
The latititude and longitude is 25*50'S, 113*32'E.
the pollution in the water is causing waters to be toxic therefor harming and endangering the wildlife that have to live in it.
Yes, there have been multiple documented cases of dormant or migrating nurse sharks in the Hudson bay, although such instances are rare.
Yes, there are a few species of sharks in San Francisco Bay like the Leopard Shark and the Brown Smoothound Shark. Details are available here - http://www.sfbaywildlife.info/s…pecies/sharks.htm
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
Yes, there is a variety of sharks in the Delaware Bay. Sand Tiger and Brown sharks are common and are often about 4-6 feet long.
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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 r…are. Maho Bay in S. John is small compared to Leinster Bay to the north, and the swimming area is a shallow shelf.
Yes there is. Sharks are commonly found in the hawaiian waters. Also the depth of the water and the reef makes it a perfect place for home. A few beaches away, there is Sh…arks Cove where sharks are found pass the rock wall.