The Tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier) is the third largest shark in the world after the whale shark and the pelagic shark. It is usually 3 to 4 metres long, with an average weight of 500 kg. Its grey-brown body is streaked with dark vertical stripes along its sides (which is the origin of its common name). Unlike most sharks that have a pointed snout, its snout is short and flat. The tiger shark is found in all the temperate and tropical seas of the globe. and this one come from Madagascar. It is a solitary fish sometimes considered as a real garbage can of the seas, swallowing all kinds of things indiscriminately, including turtles.