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Whitetip Reef Shark
The Whitetip Reef Shark is named for its white-tipped dorsal and caudal fins
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Fun Facts

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Diet
They feed on crabs, lobsters, fish and octopus.
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Appearance
They are slender with white-tipped dorsal and caudal fins.
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Did you know?
They are one of the most common sharks found on Indo-Pacific coral reefs.
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Diet
They feed on crabs, lobsters, fish and octopus.
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Appearance
They are slender with white-tipped dorsal and caudal fins.

About the Whitetip Reef Shark

    In the Wild
    The Whitetip Reef Shark is a slender, sluggish shark that searches for food at night, and rests in crevices or on the seabed by day.
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Relationship with other Species

    A Risk Worth Taking
    Even though sharks are their natural predator, scads work in schools to pick the leftovers after a shark’s feeding frenzy.
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