Blacktip reef shark, Rongelap Island, Marshall Islands : Stock Photo
Blacktip reef shark, Rongelap Island, Marshall Islands : Stock Photo

Blacktip reef shark, Rongelap Island, Marshall Islands

Credit: Mike Severns
Creative #: EB4953-001
Latin name: Carcharhinus melanopterus. Blacktip reef sharks are most common sharks in lagoons and coral reefs of tropical Pacific and Indian oceans. Grow to 1.8m, and are potentially dangerous.

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