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  • Some of our friends

  • Black Tip Reef Shark
  • Great White

  • the inspiration for our "shelby shark"
  • help save these beautiful creatures...

  • with every purchase
  • Hammerhead Shark

  • Though many sharks are solitary creatures, Scalloped Hammerheads - which can reach lengths of 10-12 feet & can weigh in at 300 pounds or more - form schools.
  • Lemon Shark

  • The Lemon Shark gets its name from its yellow coloured body, though its belly is off-white. The shark inhabits coastal areas and its coloration provides it a camouflage against sandy sea floor.
  • WhiteTip Reef Shark

  • The Whitetip reef shark is found mainly at coral reefs, but it is also found over sandy flats, in lagoons, and near drop-offs to deeper water.

Some of our friends

Black Tip Reef Shark

Great White

the inspiration for our "shelby shark"

help save these beautiful creatures...

with every purchase

Hammerhead Shark

Though many sharks are solitary creatures, Scalloped Hammerheads - which can reach lengths of 10-12 feet & can weigh in at 300 pounds or more - form schools.

Lemon Shark

The Lemon Shark gets its name from its yellow coloured body, though its belly is off-white. The shark inhabits coastal areas and its coloration provides it a camouflage against sandy sea floor.

WhiteTip Reef Shark

The Whitetip reef shark is found mainly at coral reefs, but it is also found over sandy flats, in lagoons, and near drop-offs to deeper water.