Yes. Nurse sharks and Yellow Sharks can be found in the Caribbean. Nurse sharks can be found in the reefs and so can baby yellow sharks. Buck Island, in the US Virgin island, has a beautiful reef where they can sometimes be seen.
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there are many wild horses there
ALL SHARKS ARE NOT DANGEROUS TO HUMANS BECAUSE THERE ARE DIFFERENT KIND OF SHARKS AND DIFFERENT KIND OF PEOPLE. ALL SHARKS ARE NOT DANGEROUS TO HUMANS BECAUSE THERE ARE DIFFERENT KIND OF SHARKS AND DIFFERENT KIND OF PEOPLE.
We have the same customs as the United States. We would say good morning whenever we walk into a room.
Sharks ARE a kind of fish.
a tuba fish(male)
great white sharks eat smaller sharks
mako sharks bull sharks basking sharks and rarely great white sharks
The Cayman Islands are democratic islands.
There isn't any kind of shark in the Amazon river. There is a kind of dolphin. Sharks are sea fish.
Sharks are carnivores. They eat meat.
the kind that swim with sharks
Most likely tiger sharks
Hawaii is a series of islands on the pacific, it is somehow a part of USA. It is further south than the rest of the United States so it is warmer, sharks tend to grow larger in the hotter places closer to the equator. But what do these sharks do, you ask; they do what sharks do in every other place, swim!! Unless of course you are using some kind of Mafia slang.
no sharks are sharks and whales are whales. their is a differs between them.
Coins from the British Caribbean Territories, which is a financial federation of Caribbean countries included - Barbados, St. Kitts, Antigua, Dominica, Grenada, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Montserrat, British Virgin Islands, Trinidad & Tobago and British Guyana. The British Caribbean Territories existed as a monetary union from 1950 to 1965 and was replaced by the East Caribbean Territories in 1965, which in turn was replaced by the East Caribbean States in 1981. All three incarnations were under British rule or British Adminstration.
Coral reefs house over 16 different breeds of reef sharks. In the Galapagos Islands, the hammerhead shark can be found among the reef life there. In the Maldives, over 16 different breeds of reef sharks, among them, hammerheads and whale sharks, can be found in this reef. Off th shores of San Diego, there are a variety of sharks there, among them, great whites, blue, and mako sharks. ~ Hexedgirl92