Hammerhead Sharks love tropical, warm waters from all over the world. They mostly stay along continental shelves and coastlines, but on occasion they are found in the deep ocean cruising near the surface.
What country do hammerhead sharks live in?
They are most commonly found in schools around the islands of Darwin and Wolf in the Galapagos. You may also see them off the coast of Costa Rica at Cocos Island. Mozambique, Maldives, Tahiti, the Bahamas, Japan and Malaysia are also popular places to see Hammerhead Sharks.
Where can you see hammerhead sharks?
The fact that - unlike most sharks - scalloped hammerheads usually swim in huge schools only amplifies the spectacular experience of seeing them.Bimini, Bahamas. Galapagos Islands. Cocos Island, Costa Rica. Rangiroa, French Polynesia. Socorro Island, Mexico. Alphonse Island, Seychelles.6 Feb 2019
Do any aquariums have hammerhead sharks?
A juvenile female scalloped hammerhead shark (Sphyrna lewini) is now on display at the Aquarium of the Pacific at the Molina Animal Care Center. This is the first time the Aquarium is home to a scalloped hammerhead shark.
Why no aquarium has great white shark?
While many fish, including sharks, easily adapt to life inside a tank, those same walls often turn out to be fatal for great whites. Thats because the species has evolved to travel fast and for great distances through the open ocean. When kept inside enclosures, the sharks tend to ram into walls and injure themselves.