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Photo: Sand Tiger Shark

The Sand Tiger Shark generally swims slowly with its mouth open.

The L'Oceanografic features an impressive Oceans section which allows visitors to see various ocean dwelling fish including the a variety of Sharks (such as the Sand Tiger Shark), Stingrays, black mackerel, and guitarfish just to name a few.

The Sand Tiger Shark can reach lengths of around 3 metres (10.5 feet) and eats mostly crustaceans, small sharks, stingrays, squid and small fish.

There is some confusion over the correct scientific name for the Sand Tiger Shark and varys from one country to another.

Sand Tiger Shark swimming over the 35 metre long tunnel in the Oceans section of L'Oceanografic in the La Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciencies Complex (The City of the Arts and Science) in the City of Valencia, Valencia, Spain, Europe.

Sand Tiger Shark

Sand Tiger Shark
Photo of a Sand Tiger Shark swimming gracefully
over the tunnel at L'Oceanografic in Valencia, Spain.

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Technical Information:
I photographed this photo with the digital SLR camera model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark II, aperture of f/2.8, exposure time of 1/30 sec. on ISO 500, as always I used a original Canon Lens, the focus lenght for this picture was 16mm.

Stock Photo
Sand Tiger Shark
The Sand Tiger Shark generally swims slowly with its mouth open.
Scientific Name
Carcharias taurus
Rolf Hicker
Stock Photo ID
yj4w938 - Sand Tiger Shark

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