How Fast Do Sharks Swim?


A shark's speed depends on the species of shark you are talking about. For example, a great white can hit short bursts of 25-35 mph when feeding, and a mako shark can hit speeds of 45 mph.
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Sharks generally swim at an average speed of five miles per hour, but can reach 12 miles per hour when feeding or attacking.
The world's fastest shark, the Shortfin Mako, can reach up to 22 miles per hour.
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