Types of Sharks

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Which shark type are you? This chart shows some of the most well known types of sharks. Each has its own distinctive traits. The bull shark gets its name from its stocky appearance and unpredictable behavior. The shortfin mako is the fastest shark, with a top swimming speed of over 30 mph. The hammerhead shark literally has a hammer-shaped head.

Many think the great white is the most dangerous shark. Often overlooked is the loan shark. Loan sharks swim deep in the seamy underbelly of the ocean and prey on local "mom and pop" fish, as well as fish with gambling problems. They typically have a wide belly and are known to carry baseball bats. But other varieties wear suits and run banks.

Last but not least is the infamous pool shark. This shark builds up the confidence of other sharks by pretending to be bad at swimming. Sometimes they even appear to be drunk as a ploy. Then, when the time is right, they strike with precision accuracy. They often have nicknames like "Fast Eddie" or "Kid Delicious."

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Product Type Unisex 100% Cotton T-Shirt

Neckline Crew Neck

Fit Fitted: Not Too Baggy, Not Too Tight. For a baggy fit, order a size up.

Fabric Content 100% Cotton, Sewn in Honduras, Digitally printed in USA



*Length measured from garment when it is laid flat

Designed by Us, From Scratch

Digitally Printed with State-of-the Art Technology

Made From the Softest 100% Cotton Fabric

Finished With an Interior Neck Print Instead of a Tag


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