The Bull Shark is a shark that is found in freshwater, brackish water, and saltwater. It can be found in rivers, lakes, and estuaries around the world. It is not uncommon to see these sharks near the coast of South Africa or off the coast of Florida.

The Bull Shark can grow up to 12 feet long and weigh over 500 pounds. They are known for their aggressive behavior towards humans, though many people still swim with them without incident.

Bull Sharks are known for their ability to tolerate a wide range of temperatures. They can live in waters as cold as 42 degrees Fahrenheit or as warm as 77 degrees Fahrenheit! These sharks are one of the few species that will actively hunt during the day time hours.  Most of the other sharks are resting at the bottom of the ocean floor or hiding from predators under ledges.

These sharks are territorial animals that will defend their territory against other fish who try to enter it. They do not attack humans unless provoked or threatened first; however, they have been known to attack swimmers who venture too far out into deeper waters where they live (between 6-12 feet deep).