Average Size – 15ft up to 20ft
Great Hammerhead Sharks are characterized by their nearly straight hammer-shaped heads that have a prominent indentation in the middle.
They have long serrated teeth and are dark olive green to brownish grey on the top with a white underside.
They are found worldwide in tropical waters. Usually they are found in depths of 3ft-260ft, but can move into the open ocean to migrate.
Crustaceans, Cephalopods, Bony Fish, Stingrays, and Smaller Sharks.
They are solitary and have been found to migrate up to 756 miles alone.
Divers have observed this shark closely and it has appeared to lack aggressiveness and rarely attack humans, but is considered dangerous due to its large size.
They have a faster growth rate than other hammerhead sharks and reach maturity faster.
They are apex predators.
They are known to be cannibalistic, eating their own species if need be.
They are considered endangered and at risk of extinction due to over fishing and are prized for their large fins.
They are the largest species of hammerhead shark.
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