Average Size – 10-11ft
They are long bodied with a distinct yellow hue to their skin hence the name, providing them excellent camouflage over sandy seafloors.
Lemon Sharks actually give birth to live young rather than eggs. They commonly have litters of up to 17 pups.
Lemon Sharks are found in shallow subtropical and tropical waters of the Atlantic and pacific oceans, coral reefs, mangrove forests and enclosed bays.
Bony fish, Crustaceans and Stingrays.
They feed at night and can be found during the day “resting” on the ocean floor.
Lemon Sharks are known to be very social Sharks, though, this does leave them prone to disease.