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Caribbean reef shark (Carcharhinus perezi), underwater view, Bahamas : Stock Photo
Caribbean reef sharks can grow to around 3m (10 ft) in length. They are found in the waters of the western Atlantic and Caribbean.

Caribbean reef shark (Carcharhinus perezi), underwater view, Bahamas

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Caribbean reef sharks can grow to around 3m (10 ft) in length. They are found in the waters of the western Atlantic and Caribbean.
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