Blacktip Reef Shark
Along with the grey reef shark and the whitetip reef shark , the blacktip reef shark is one of the three most common sharks inhabiting coral reefs in the Indo-Pacific. This species predominates in shallow habitats, while the other two are mostly found deeper. Fast-swimming and active, the blacktip reef shark may be encountered alone or in small groups; large “social” aggregations have also been observed.
L 16 W 8 H 4.5 cm