The shark is a fish of slender body, pointed head, with free pectoral fins and unequal caudal fin. Length from 1m to 20m they have five external gills, and several rows of pointed teeth. Mostly raptors, and a true sea bandits they are exceptionally agile and fast in the water. Swordfish and Mako sharks swim at a speed of over 50 miles per hour (80 km/h). The most dangerous are Carahaias glaucus 4-5m and Caracharodon rondeleti 10-13m. Today, some species can even be seen in the Water Parks and in the separate pools. So if you see shark, better for you that it is from distance and dry places.