Tiger Sharks

Learn more about this great hunter, named for the dark stripes on its body which resemble tiger stripes.

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Tiger Sharks

Tiger sharks can give birth to as many as 80 pups at once, though females give birth to at least 10 pups at time with 30 being the average amount of pups.

Tiger Sharks

Tiger sharks are famous for eating just about anything they find, they are aggressive predators.

Tiger Sharks

They are called “tiger” sharks because of the dark vertical stripes on their bodies, the shark has dark stripes similar to Tigers.

Tiger Sharks

Tiger sharks eat many different fishes and invertebrates, seabirds, sea turtles, some marine mammals, stingrays and other rays, smaller sharks, sea snakes, and scavenged dead animals, and even trash.

Tiger Sharks

Tiger sharks can reach between 10 to 14 feet in length and 850 to 1400 pounds in weight, making them one of the largest species of sharks.




Tiger Sharks

The tiger shark is a nocturnal and solitary hunter.

Tiger Sharks

The tiger shark is runner up to the great white as most deadly shark in the world in terms of the number of attacks on humans.

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