Different Types of Sharks

Is your kid fascinated by sharks? Introduce him to a few different varieties of this regal ocean dweller with these detailed coloring pages.

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Frilled Shark

Color in a frilled shark, a shark that looks like an eel.
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Angel Shark

Here's a cool coloring page for your little angel: the angel shark!
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Cladoselache

Color a cladoselache, an extinct species of shark.
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Bullhead Shark

Color a rare type of bullhead shark, the crested bullhead shark.
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Dwarf Lantern Shark

Color the dwarf lantern shark, quite possibly the smallest shark in the world at only about 20 centimeters long.
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Great White Shark

Let your child color one mean shark, the great white.
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Grey Reef Shark

Check out a coloring page featuring the grey reef shark.
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Hammerhead Shark

Shark lovers can't get enough of the hammerhead shark. It really does have a head like a hammer!
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Longfin Mako Shark

Color the longfin mako shark, the big brother of the more common shortfin mako shark.
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Shortnose Sawshark

Fans of the weird will love this coloring page of the shortnose sawshark, an odd looking creature to say the least.
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