Also known as Blunthead Shark, Light-tip Shark, Light-tipped Shark, Whitetip Shark, White-tipped Reef Shark.
Found singly or in small shivers, during the day resting on the bottom in caves, channels, under ledges and on sand patches, out hunting for food at night in areas of strong currents over coral and rocky reefs.
They feed on fish, benthic invertebrates and octopus.
Length - 160cm
Depth - 0-330m
Whitetip Reef Sharks are the most common sharks found in warm waters.
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/907