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Sharks Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 266 pictures in our Sharks collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


WHALE SHARK and Snorkeller - mouth open feeding. 60ft long Featured Print

WHALE SHARK and Snorkeller - mouth open feeding. 60ft long

VT-6318
WHALE SHARK and Snorkeller - mouth open feeding. 60ft long.
Australia - Worldwide. North West coast Australia. Ningaloo Marine Park.
Rhincodon typus
Very unusual for diver to be so close with mouth open. Distribution: found in tropical warm oceans and seas, worldwide.
Valerie & Ron Taylor
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© Ron & Valerie Taylor/ardea.com

DSE-70 WHALE SHARK - feeding, front view, mouth open, with divers Featured Print

DSE-70 WHALE SHARK - feeding, front view, mouth open, with divers

DSE-70
WHALE SHARK - feeding, front view, mouth open, with divers
Ningaloo Reef, W. Australia
Rhincodon typus
Douglas David Seifert
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© Douglas David Seifert/ardea.com

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KA-600 Thresher / Foxtail Shark Featured Print

KA-600 Thresher / Foxtail Shark

KA-600
Thresher / Foxtail Shark
Distribution: Eastern & Western Atlantic / Central Pacific / Indo-west Pacific
Alopias vulpinus
Usually lives at depths over 200m & only sighted rarely - The Common Thresher Shark ranges in size from 16.5 to 20ft long - Feeds on Squid & Fish corraling them with its elongated tail / stunning them with slaps from it and catching them with its very sharp but small teeth - Decreasing in numbers because of overfishing (it is hunted for meat and its fins)
Kurt Amsler
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© Kurt Amsler / ardea.com