The reef shark has black colouration on the tips of the dorsal fin, the rest of the body is grey. Our shark is a great white, Most sharks reach an average length of about 5 feet, though some can be over 6 feet or more. The species primarily lives in shallow regions close to the shore. They prefer tropical and subtropical habitats with warm waters. You will find the species cruising through coral reefs, some also enter estuaries and mangroves as well. The Great White shark can be found off the coasts of the northeastern and western United States, Chile, northern Japan, southern Australia, New Zealand, southern Africa, and the Mediterranean.
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