Also known as Black-fin Reef Shark, Black-finned Shark, Blacktip Shark, Black-tipped Reef Shark, Black Tips Nilow.
Found singly or in shivers, often over intertidal zones, close to mangroves, reef drop-offs, and off-shore, moving in and out with the tides.
They feed on crustaceans, fish, molluscs, and octopus.
Juveniles at the seashore, corralling tiny fish to eat.
Length - 120cm
Depth - 0-75m
Widespread Eastern Mediterranean, Indo-Pacific
Not considered dangerous.
However Requiem Sharks have some of the most potentially dangerous sharks in their family and are responsible for over half of shark attacks. They can also be difficult to identify! Ref: https://www.fishbase.se/summary/877