How Does a Horn Shark Protect Itself?
Typically Horn Shark are primarily loners. They spend their entire life in a area no larger than 3,300 square feet. In the wild they will migrate to deeper water in order to stay warm during the winter, but they have never been recorded to travel more than 10 miles away from their home. They are relativity small reaching a max length of 2 to 3 feet as full grown adults. The males are typically smaller than the females. So with their small size and tendency to be alone, they can become easy prey to larger species of sharks and fish. Watch the video below to learn how a Horn Shark protects itself.