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Grey reef sharks are fast-swimming, agile predators that feed primarily on free-swimming bony fishes and cephalopods
The grey reef shark has a streamlined, body with a long, blunt snout and large, round eyes. The upper and lower jaws each have 13 or 14 teeth.
The grey reef shark is native to the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Generally a coastal, shallow-water species, they are found in depths less than 60 m.
Grey reef sharks can have an aggressive demeanor enabling them to dominate many other shark species. During the day, these sharks often form groups of five to 20 individuals near coral reef drop-offs, splitting up in the evening as the sharks begin to hunt.
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