Top 10 Sharks in the Mediterranean Sea
Blue Shark: swim throughout the Mediterranean Sea and the rest of the world. These sharks don’t have a preference where they live, eat, or swim since they adapt to their environment.
Blacktip Shark:they look like many other sharks, including the spinner shark. However, they have black tips on all of their fins and slender bodies. They reach 6 feet long and weigh up to 150 pounds.
Bluntnose Sixgill Shark: has six gills instead of five on each side of their body. They are long sharks with ancestry dating back at least 200 million years ago.
Longfin Mako Shark: mako is an aggressive shark that grows up to 14 feet long. It is a migratory shark that travels frequently. As the name suggests, the longfin mako shark has fins longer .
Dusky Shark:are a threatened species. While they are not endangered they are close because of overfishing and low reproduction. These sharks live throughout the world but prefer swimming in coastal.
Sandbar Shark:These sharks are common in the Mediterranean Sea, but you can also find them throughout the coast of the Atlantic Ocean and the United States.
Scalloped Hammerhead Shark: They are large sharks which are known for their scallop-shaped heads and grow up to 13 feet long. Interestingly, they actually have small mouths despite the size .
Spinner Shark: These sharks are known for their unique hunting abilities since they quickly swim through large schools of fish to catch multiple animals.
Great White Shark:great white sharks are the top predators with their aggressive natures and large bodies. They don’t have many predators, with the exception being the occasional pod of killer whales
Gulper Shark:are a small species of shark that only grows to about 3 feet long. Unlike other sharks on this list, the gulper shark prefers swimming in deep waters of at least 720 feet deep.