Download Shark Mouth 1DownloadDescription: A closeup photo of the mouth of a grey nurse shark, taken at Underwater World in Moololaba, Queensland, Australia. Seen from below as it cruises over the observation tunnel which runs beneath the tank, the sharks teeth are clearly visible.

Download Grey Nurse Shark 3DownloadDescription: A grey nurse shark, seen from below and slightly behind the head, so that the teeth and pectoral fins are visible, taken at Underwater World in Moololaba, Queensland, Australia. Though these sharks are common to many parts of the world, they are considered an endangered species off the coast of Australia because of hunting and destruction of their habitat.

Download Shark Mouth 2DownloadDescription: A closeup photo of the mouth of a grey nurse shark, seen from direclty below as the shark swims over the observation tunnel in the bottom of the tank.

Download Grey Nurse Shark 2DownloadDescription: A grey nurse shark, seen from the side, moving toward the right side of the photo, taken at Underwater World in Moololaba, Queensland, Australia. These relatively docile sharks are ovoviviparous, meaning that the eggs hatch inside the body of the female shark and the young are thus born live. In a very strange practice known as intrauterine cannibalism, the young sharks inside the mother's body eat each other to survive until they are born.

Download Saw SharkDownloadDescription: The strange head and snout of an Australian Saw Shark. This unusual species of shark has a long serrated beak like a saw, which it uses to shred its prey before eating it. Sitting on the bottom of its tank, the eyes and gill slits on top of the sharks flat head can be clearly seen in this photo.

Download Grey Nurse Shark 4DownloadDescription: A grey nurse shark, seen from below looking toward the head as the shark swims away from the camera, taken at Underwater World in Moololaba, Queensland, Australia. The undersides of the pectoral fins and the soft white underbelly of the shark are clearly visible in this photo.

Download Grey Nurse Shark 1DownloadDescription: A grey nurse shark, seen from the side, taken at Underwater World in Moololaba, Queensland, Australia. This fierce-looking shark is actually relatively harmless to humans, since it is placid and rarely agressive unless provoked. It was named for its hunting behavior, in which it herds or nurses schools of fish to keep them together for easy snacking.

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