The nurse shark (Ginglymostoma cirratum) is a shark in the family
Ginglymostomatidae. Nurse sharks can reach a length of 3.08 m (10.1 ft).
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The strange looking nurse shark is not the heavy, fearsome fish we normally
expect a shark to look like. Its long, flexible body is yellowish-brown to grey-
Nov 18, 2014 ... My good friend Carly Duncan and I were diving Nursery Reef off the coast of
Pompano Beach, Florida. The locals usually refer to this dive site ...
The nurse shark (Ginglymostoma cirratum) is a large, sluggish, bottom-dwelling
shark that is generally harmless unless provoked. It has very strong jaws, a stout
Apr 14, 2010 ... Learn 15 fascinating nurse shark facts and witness how two Florida scuba divers
rescue a nurse shark trapped by a Frisbee.
Find out what's known about Nurse Sharks, Ginglymostoma cirratum,
Elasmobranchii, Orectolobiformes, Ginglymostomatidae, including their world
range and ...
Nurse Shark Prey and Predators - Nurse shark prey is usually sucked up by
nurse sharks hovering with their snouts pointed up. Find out what nurse shark
Although all sharks are carnivorous, meaning they eat other animals, nurse
sharks fall into a category of laid back, easy-going sharks that prefer to swim