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Thresher Shark Necklace

This adorable Thresher Shark would make the perfect gift for someone who has an energetic and outgoing nature.

Thresher sharks are large lamniform sharks of the family Alopiidae found in all temperate and tropical oceans of the world; the family contains four species, all within the genus Alopias. Although occasionally sighted in shallow, inshore waters, thresher sharks are primarily pelagic; they prefer the open ocean, venturing no deeper than 500 metres. Common threshers tend to be more common in coastal waters over continental shelves. Common thresher sharks are found along the continental shelves of North America and Asia of the North Pacific, but are rare in the Central and Western Pacific. In the warmer waters of the Central and Western Pacific, bigeye and pelagic thresher sharks are more common. A thresher shark was seen on the live video feed from one of the ROVs monitoring BP's Macondo oil well blowout in the Gulf of Mexico. This is significantly deeper than the 500m previously thought to be their limit. A bigeye has also turned up in the western Mediterranean and so distribution maybe wider than previously believed or environmental factors may be forcing sharks to search for new territories

Thresher sharks are solitary creatures, which keep to themselves. It is known that thresher populations of the Indian Ocean are separated by depth and space according to sex. Some species however do occasionally hunt in a group of two or three contrary to their solitary nature. All species are noted for their highly migratory or oceanodromous habits. When hunting schooling fish, thresher sharks are known to "slap" the water, herding and stunning prey. The elongated tail is used to swat smaller fish, stunning them before feeding.[8] Thresher sharks are one of the few shark species known to jump fully out of the water, making turns like dolphins; this behaviour is called breaching.

This little shark is 24 x 23mm and the chain is 18 inches long, it’s designed to sit just bellow the collarbone line on women.

10% of sales from this shop will be donated to The Shark Trust.*please note, freshwater pearls vary in size and shape
Thresher Shark Necklace

This adorable Thresher Shark would make the perfect gift for someone who has an energetic and outgoing nature.

Thresher sharks are large lamniform sharks of the family Alopiidae found in all temperate and tropical oceans of the world; the family contains four species, all within the genus Alopias. Although occasionally sighted in shallow, inshore waters, thresher sharks are primarily pelagic; they prefer the open ocean, venturing no deeper than 500 metres. Common threshers tend to be more common in coastal waters over continental shelves. Common thresher sharks are found along the continental shelves of North America and Asia of the North Pacific, but are rare in the Central and Western Pacific. In the warmer waters of the Central and Western Pacific, bigeye and pelagic thresher sharks are more common. A thresher shark was seen on the live video feed from one of the ROVs monitoring BP's Macondo oil well blowout in the Gulf of Mexico. This is significantly deeper than the 500m previously thought to be their limit. A bigeye has also turned up in the western Mediterranean and so distribution maybe wider than previously believed or environmental factors may be forcing sharks to search for new territories

Thresher sharks are solitary creatures, which keep to themselves. It is known that thresher populations of the Indian Ocean are separated by depth and space according to sex. Some species however do occasionally hunt in a group of two or three contrary to their solitary nature. All species are noted for their highly migratory or oceanodromous habits. When hunting schooling fish, thresher sharks are known to "slap" the water, herding and stunning prey. The elongated tail is used to swat smaller fish, stunning them before feeding.[8] Thresher sharks are one of the few shark species known to jump fully out of the water, making turns like dolphins; this behaviour is called breaching.

This little shark is 24 x 23mm and the chain is 18 inches long, it’s designed to sit just bellow the collarbone line on women.

10% of sales from this shop will be donated to The Shark Trust.*please note, freshwater pearls vary in size and shape

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  • Necklace length: 18 Inches
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