Color:Grey or grey-brown on dorsal surface, white
or cream below, with a conspicuous band of white
on sides from pelvic fins to first dorsal fin; pectoral,
dorsal and pelvic fins, and ventral lobe of caudal
fin black or dusky-tipped, sometimes inconspicuously.
Feeds mostly on fishes, though diet can include crustaceans
and cephalopods as well.
grey shark with a moderate wedge-shaped, short snout.
Eyes are fairly large. Large gill slits. Pectoral fins
falcate and moderately large, with pointed or rounded
apex. First dorsal fin broadly triangular with a very
short free rear end. Origin over or slightly behind
posterior to the insertion (end) of pectoral fins. Second
dorsal fin relatively large and high. No interdorsal