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TP0150-D. Sand Tiger Shark (Carcharias taurus) swimming inside the shipwreck of the Aeolus, a 409-foot long tanker sunk on purpose in 1988 to create an artificial reef which now attracts recreational scuba divers and marine life alike. Sand tigers are often found in caves and near shipwrecks. They are members of family Ondontaspididae, grows to over 10 feet long, and are distributed in western and eastern Atlantic Oceans, western Indian Ocean, and western Pacific Ocean. North Carolina, USA, Atlantic Ocean.<br />
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TP0150-D. Sand Tiger Shark (Carcharias taurus) swimming inside the shipwreck of the Aeolus, a 409-foot long tanker sunk on purpose in 1988 to create an artificial reef which now attracts recreational scuba divers and marine life alike. Sand tigers are often found in caves and near shipwrecks. They are members of family Ondontaspididae, grows to over 10 feet long, and are distributed in western and eastern Atlantic Oceans, western Indian Ocean, and western Pacific Ocean. North Carolina, USA,...
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