Top 10 Deadliest Sharks in the World

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The Great White Shark, also known as the "White Pointer", is the largest and deadliest predatory shark in the ocean.

The Great White Shark

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The tiger shark is a large marine predator measuring between 13 and 16 feet (3.9–4.8 m).

The Tiger Shark

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Bull sharks, also known as "Zambezi sharks" or "Lake Nicaraguan sharks", can be found in the shallow and warm waters of the Atlantic coast of Central America, Australia, India and Africa.

The Bull Shark

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The oceanic whitetip shark, also known as the "brown shark", is a slow-moving yet large and aggressive predator that lives in tropical waters at moderate depths (500–100 ft or 152–30 m). .

The Oceanic Whitetip Shark

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The blue shark is a long-distance traveler capable of roaming between 1,200 and 1,700 nautical miles (2,220 to 3,145 km) across the North Atlantic.

The Blue Shark

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The shortfin mako, also known as the "Bonito Shark" or "Blue Pointer", is one of the fastest sharks in the ocean, capable of swimming in bursts of 45 mph.

The Shortfin Mako Shark

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The sand tiger shark, also known as the "grey nurse shark", swims on subtropical and temperate beaches and is a cousin of the Great White.

The Sand Tiger Shark

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Blacktip sharks have a strong and fusiform body with a pointed snout and long gill slits. When attacking schools of small fish.

THE BLACKTIP SHARK

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The hammerhead shark is a solitary predator at night and swims in schools during the day. It ranges from one to 20 feet (0.3–6 m) in length and has a hammerlike head shape that may have evolved to enhance its vision.

The Hammerhead Shark

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The nurse shark is a sedentary and solitary nocturnal predator that inhabits the coasts of the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean.

The Nurse Shark

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