Nurse Shark – Slow and Steady

A week of sharks continues at Art By Breah. These fish are often seen resting on the bottom of the shallow sea floor. A nocturnal hunter, they inhabit much of the shallow reefs of the tropical seas. Despite their slow and sluggish behavior, these sharks can be quite stealthy and quick which aids in their ability to hunt small fish, shrimp, squid and octupus. They are mostly non-aggressive, though if provoked they may attack. Averaging in length between 10 – 12 feet: the bottom dwelling Nurse Shark.

Here is a pencil sketch drawing of a Nurse Shark.

Nurse Shark

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