Thresher Sharks are easily my favorite shark. The common thresher can grow up to 20 feet long and their tail accounts for half of that length. It uses its massive tail to strike fish and stun them, making them easier to catch. Commonly targeted for their large fins, thresher sharks suffer on a large scale from shark finning markets. This is a shame, because they are beautiful and quite shy animals. Colored Pencil
This piece demonstrates how Beloniforms utilize Snell's Window in order to surprise their prey.
This piece depicts the unusual behavior where an algal grazer actively preys upon an oyster.