The 10 Biggest Sharks in Washington State (And Puget Sound)
ArrowCONTINUE READINGToday, let’s learn about the biggest sharks in Washington State, and how we can conserve them for future generations!
Spiny DogfishThe spiny dogfish might not be the biggest shark in Washington State, but they’re no small fries. These sharks grow up to five feet long, and have light gray, slende
Pacific Angel SharkPacific angel sharks grow up to seven feet long, though they don’t look like your typical shark. These sharks look closer to stingrays; they have flattened, sa
Broadnose Sevengill SharkWhere most sharks have five gills on either side of their head, the sevengill shark has seven. As some of the biggest sharks in Washington State, these sha
Salmon SharkSalmon sharks are some of the biggest sharks in Washington State. They’re often mistaken for Great Whites; both are mackerel sharks. However, salmon sharks only grow
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