Scientific name : Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos
Family : Carcharhinidae
Size : Up to 255 cm
Depth : Up to 280 m
Distribution : Red sea, Indian ocean, Pacific ocean
Morphology : Medium sized shark. The snout is rounded. It is grey with a white belly. All of its fins, except for the first dorsal fin, are black at the tip.
Biology : It lives alone or in schools near reef areas in search of fish, cephalopods and crustaceans on which it feeds. It is a viviparous species (the embryo grows inside the female’s belly). It can give birth to several young (6 max.).
IUCN red list : Minor concern