What is the length of a tiger shark?
The length of an adult tiger shark varies from 10 feet to 20 feet. Their average length is about 12 feet.
Which of the other 500+ species of shark are you comparing it to? The Tiger Shark is the fourth largest shark alive today, the three largest are the Whale Shark, the Basking Shark and the Great White Shark. These are decided by the largest recorded specimen, and though the Tiger Shark has the fourth largest recorded length, on average the Greenland Shark grows to a greater length than the Tiger Shark
Most likely because when you have a tiger shark who's range of length is from 15 to18 feet eating food and a great white shark comes up from behind, the tiger shark will most likely see them coming and a great white sharks range of length is 20 to 25 feet, the tiger shark will most likely just back off.
The tiger shark, Galeocerdo cuvier, is a large requiem shark (family Carcarhinidae) that can reach 16-18 feet in length, and is found in temperate or tropical seas worldwide. Often implicated in attacks on humans, where it is ranked number two, behind the bull shark and just ahead of the great white shark.
The tiger shark is a shark with black stripes that's where it gets its name from. Tiger sharks have very good eyesight. They will eat almost anything including seal turtles crabs jelly fish sea-birds fish sea snakes other sharks and rubbish. They way 1750KG and the length is 600cm they are as quick as 20MPH and on a killer rating 1-10 it would be an 8.