in subtropical and temperate waters off the NSW coast. We
roam over large areas of the coast but we're known to feed,
mate and have our pups at a small number of locations.
a variety of fish like kingfish, jewfish, bonito and yellowtail.
Our teeth are pointy so we can hold the fish in our mouths
and then we swallow the fish whole.
grey nurse sharks normally give birth to two pups once every
two years after a pregnancy of about nine to 12 months. The
pups are born at about 1 metre in length.
stay almost motionless at the bottom of the sea where divers
often come and watch us.