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Blacktip reef shark (Carcharhinus melanopterus) (toned B&W) : Stock Photo
Aquarium, location unknown. In the wild the blacktip reef shark is found from the Indo-Australian regions of the Pacific to the central Pacific. They grow up to 1.8m in length and are potentially dangerous.

Blacktip reef shark (Carcharhinus melanopterus) (toned B&W)

Credit: 
Tim Flach
Caption:
Aquarium, location unknown. In the wild the blacktip reef shark is found from the Indo-Australian regions of the Pacific to the central Pacific. They grow up to 1.8m in length and are potentially dangerous.
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BB5513-001
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The Image Bank
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