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Bullhead Sharks


Bullhead Sharks are very small order of Sharks featuring just nine living species in the single genus.

These bottom-feeders are all relatively small at about 5.5ft as a maximum length.

They are known to be found in tropical and sub-tropical water.

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Bullhead Sharks Info:

Average Length – 5ft

Flat teeth used for crushing and grinding.

They also have large heads and heavy brows over their eyes, short mouths and stubby snouts.

These lovely Sharks can be found in the tropical and sub-tropical regions of the Pacific and Indian Oceans.

They are also a popular aquarium species of Shark.

Mollusks, crabs, and sea urchins.

They are bottom feeders and are known for clumsy swimming.

There are nine different species of Bullhead Sharks.

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