Leopard Shark

Series of elevation illustrations of the Leopard Shark

The Leopard Shark (Triakis Semifasciata) is a shark species recognizable by its black pattern markings and large spots along its back after which it was named after. They generally live along the Pacific coast of North America. Leopard Sharks are bottom feeders and typically eat clams, spoon worms, crabs, shrimp, bony fish, and fish eggs.

Leopard Sharks tend to sink when they are not swimming and generally stay by the seafloor. They are very docile to humans and do not pose a threat to attack. Leopard Sharks are currently not in danger of extinction.

Set of plan and side elevation drawings of the Leopard Shark in assorted postures

Leopard Sharks have a total length between 4’-7’ (1.2-2.1 m) and an overall weight in the range of 35-45 lb (16-20 kg). The typical lifespan of the Leopard Shark is 20-30 years.


*Under Development*

4’-7’ | 1.2-2.1 m
35-45 lb | 16-20 kg
Scientific Name:
Triakis semifasciata
20-30 years


Drawings include:

Leopard Shark side elevation, side (perspective), front, top

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Sharks are one of the oldest species on earth having outlived the dinosaurs with fossil records dating them back 400 million years. In their ecosystems, the carnivorous shark is usually the top of their food chain, but are being threatened by human activities and hunting.