Leopard Shark

Scientific: Triakis semifasciata
Spanish: Tiburón leopardo

Diet: Small fish, fish eggs, clams, crabs and worms
Habitat: Shallow ocean waters, kelp forests
Status: Least Concern

Gentle Predators
These small sharks swim along the coast from Oregon to Mexico. They are harmless to humans, but every year Californian fishermen catch up to 140 tons of leopard sharks for food and for the aquarium trade. 

Why do you think their mouths are positioned pointing downwards?