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I commented on this in your other almost identical post (in the Austraia Forum) but have to comment on how different they look from what I know a nurse shark to be in the Caribbean (I assume they are just different species of Nurse Shark) - very different but both types of sharks are beautiful.
I thought I better post same posting in the local forum as everyone just got back from their SB trip to the same place. Unfortunately I arrived when they where leaving.
The Grey Nurse Shark is the same species as the Sand tiger in the states amd Raggytooth in South Africa.
They can grow over 3m in length so they are not a small shark.