name (heading 2) gray reef

external image shark_gray_reef.jpgexternal image 1188748451.jpgexternal image 446139_f260.jpg Scientific nameCarcharhinus amblyrhynchos (heading 3)



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Size (length and weight)

Maximum size about 255 cm, normally less than 200 cm.
Physical description what it looks like, identifying marks, and so on )
Location in the world
Pacific Ocean
Indian Ocean

Diet
Gray Reefs will eat bony fishes, squid, octopi, crabs, and lobsters.Predators
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Other names







Scientific:
Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos
Synonyms:
Carcharhinus menissorah
German:
Grauer Riffhai, Langschnäuziger Schwarzschwanzhai
English:
Gray reef shark, Black-vee whaler, Longnose blacktail shark
French:
Requin dagsit
Spanish:
Tiburón de arrecifes


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