About Sandbar Shark

Snout is broadly rounded and short. First dorsal fin triangular and very high. Poorly developed dermal ridge between dorsal fins. Brown or gray in color with white underside. Upper and lower teeth finely serrated. The large, first dorsal fin is located over its pectoral fins rather than slightly behind them as in the dusky shark.

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