The Sand Tiger (known as the Grey Nurse Shark in the European series) is a gray shark with a stocky body, and an underslung mouth with many teeth pointing in all directions.
"This shark has a fearsome face but is actually relatively mild-mannered. However, the International Shark Attack File, which collects information on shark attacks, does list it as dangerous. If you meet one, it's best not to provoke it."
Large groups of Sand Tigers can be found in Ciceros Strait, around coordinates C/G-1, C/D-3, and G-6.
These sharks swim in large groups, making them hard to miss.
- Though Sand Tigers may resemble Great White Sharks, they are harmless and much less aggressive.
- An alternate name for the Sand Tiger is the Spotted Ragtooth.
- In real life, Sand Tigers swallow air, then burp to control buoyancy.