Here at Byte Size Treasure, we are massive Shark Nerds and we know you are too!

When we design our sharks, great care is taken to make sure that our shark friends look and feel like the real shark species they are based on!
Due to the sheer number of different shark species, some shark Orders and Families are combined into one design based on their shared similarities – these sharks have been marked with an asterix (*) with a comment below.

For a fun way to identify our shark friends, each are named after eating, or other food-related words! 

See our current shark lineup below:

Extant / Modern Day Shark Species:

Extant means "still in existence; surviving"
* There are 9 species of sharks in the Sphyrnidae Family (Hammerheads) The most famouse being the Great Hammerhead
* There are over 21 species of sharks in the Squantiniformes Order
* There are 2 species of sharks in the Chlamydoselachidae Family
* There are 4 species of sharks in the Alopiidae Family (Threshers)
* There are 2 species of sharks in the Isurus Genus (Makos)
* There are 20 species of sharks in the Somniosidae Family (Sleeper Sharks). The most well-known being the Greeland Shark
* There are 9 species of sharks in the Pristiophoridae Family (Saw Sharks)
* There are 9 species of sharks in the Heterodontidae Family (Bullhead Sharks). The most well-known being the Port Jackson Shark
* There are 12 species of sharks in the Orectolobidae Family (Wobbegongs)
* There are 17 species of sharks in the Cephaloscyllium Genus (Swell Sharks)
* There are 5 extant species of sharks in the Hexanchidae Family (Cow Sharks). The most well-known being the Bluntnose Sixgill and Broadnose Sevengill Sharks.
* There are 41 species of sharks in the Etmopterus Genus (Lantern Sharks). The most well-known being the Dwarf Lantern Shark.

Extinct / Prehistoric Shark Species: