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sand shark

[′san ‚shark]
(vertebrate zoology)
Any of various shallow-water predatory elasmobranchs of the family Carchariidae. Also known as tiger shark.
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Compared to other sharks, sand sharks are (https://www.
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The Dolphins Swimming Club was best with total of 2617 points, followed by the Namib Swimming Academy with 2038 points, Mpumalanga came in third with 597 points, Oranjemund Sand Sharks fourth with 203 points and Swakopmund Swimming Club fifth with 107 points.
A dedicated specialist, fishing the entire season for both inshore and far-offshore pelagic migrants, could catch up to 12 species of sharks in our waters, including brown sharks, porbeagles (which look much like makos but fight sluggishly), and sand sharks, our third most common shark after smooth and spiny dogfish.
Dr Huber and the team studied 10 different shark species and measured the bites of small sharks such as sand sharks.
The two circling sand sharks, perhaps five feet long, were not man-eaters, but maybe man-samplers, and certainly man-bruisers.
And then there's the 10ft sand sharks and deadly piranhas.
When we hit the shallow beach, the sand sharks were cutting into your pants legs,'' the 70-year-old Pacoima resident recalled of the attack on Sept.
Besides administrative and executive personnel, the phone system is used by reporters, security officials and ticketing agents for the arena's three professional teams--the Phoenix Suns basketball team, the Arizona Sand Sharks indoor soccer club and the 1994 World Champion Arizona Rattlers arena football team.
They alanded 28 bronze whaler sharks from 90lb to John Griffiths's whopper, gulley sharks to 70lb, cob and streambass to 35lb and a large number of sand sharks, bull sharks and catfish.
The couple are taking their vows at Deep Sea World in Fife as six sand sharks and 3,000 fish look on.
Volunteers needed: Department of Fish and Game marine biologists are seeking experienced anglers who can spend four days this year teaching how to catch, tag and release sand sharks at Upper Newport Bay Ecological Reserve.