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tiger shark

[′tī·gər ‚shärk]
(vertebrate zoology)
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It will be stored at the cryopreservation lab until the female Sand Tiger Sharks within Dubai Aquarium are ready for the assisted reproduction.
The aquarium currently houses the largest population of sand tiger sharks, which have been listed on the red list of threatened species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature.
Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo has launched an assisted breeding programme for its sand tiger shark.
It wasn't long before they were surrounded by tiger sharks.
In response to some anglers objecting to tighter regulations of hammerhead and tiger sharks, I could quarrel with them, but would prefer to say their opinions do not define all or even most anglers who fish for sharks.
Summary: A pack of tiger sharks has been spotted feeding on a huge whale carcass near Rottnest island off the Western Australian coast.
The all-new Dubai Aquarium speciality dive is a three-dive initiative that offers PADI certified visitors over the age of 10 years, the opportunity to explore underwater photography and joining in the excitement as aquarium experts feed the sand tiger sharks in Dubai Aquarium.
If sand tiger sharks had a biennial cycle, it would be necessary for all the "resting" females to leave the southeastern United States waters after parturition and spend their off year elsewhere, just to reappear the following year at mating time.
5 Jonny also took a dip with three 30st sand tiger sharks at the Blue Planet Aquarium in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire.
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The only explanation has come from local diver Ben Cropp, who blamed tiger sharks.
The aircraft, which has been christened Koholalele, meaning "flying or leaping whale", depicts Hawaii's endangered marine species with Wyland's images of humpback whales, bottle-nose dolphins, spinner dolphins, tiger sharks, Hawaiian monk seals and green sea turtles, tropical reef fish and a Laysan albatross.