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    Bamboo Sharks

    Get up close with White Spotted Bamboo and Brown Banded Bamboo Sharks in our Touch-a-Shark Exhibit, presented by Horizon Blue Cross of New Jersey. More details

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    Bonnethead Sharks

    The bonnethead shark is one of the most abundant sharks in south Florida and the Gulf of Mexico. It can typically be found in shallow bays and mangrove communities. More details

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    Great Hammerhead Shark

    Adventure Aquarium has the distinction of being the only aquarium in the United States with a great hammerhead shark on exhibit. Although there are nine different species of hammerhead shark in the world, the great hammerhead is the biggest. More details

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    Mexican Horn Shark

    The Mexican horn shark is a species of bullhead shark that can typically be found off the western coast of North America, from California to the Gulf of California. More details

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    Nurse Sharks

    The nurse shark is a common inshore bottom-dwelling shark, found in tropical and subtropical waters, and its typical habitats are reefs, channels between mangrove islands and sand flats. More details

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    Zebra Sharks

    The zebra shark is a large, bottom-oriented shark living in Pacific coral reefs. Like most other large bottom sharks, the zebra shark will rest during the day and hunt at night. More details

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    Sand Tiger Sharks

    The sand tiger shark is a large, slow-moving shark notable for its jagged teeth and menacing appearance. This shark looks fierce as it slowly swims with its mouth open and needle-like teeth exposed. More details

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    Sandbar Sharks

    The sandbar shark, also known as the brown shark, is one of the biggest coastal sharks in the world. It is the most common shark species swimming along the mid-Atlantic coast. Its most distinguishing characteristic is a taller than average first dorsal fin. More details

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