almost anything that comes in its way, like fishes (including other Not So Picky: The bull shark has a omnivorous diet which means that it will eat almost anything that comes in its way, like fishes (including other sharks), rays, dolphins, turtles, birds, molluscs, echinoderms, crustaceans and even terrestrial mammals. The Ganges Shark is a true river shark living in the freshwater of the Ganges, Hooghly, Mahanadi, and Brahmaputra Rivers in India. The Ganges Shark is threatened from habitat destruction from pollution, dams, and barrages, as well as overfishing. Though its feeding habits are unknown, its sharp and slender teeth suggest that it is primarily a fish-eater. The Ganges shark (Glyphis gangeticus) resides in the rivers and estuaries of Bangladesh, which gives them their name. The presence of two species of 'Ganges' sharks in fresh water in the Hooghly, and by implication the Ganges, suggests that the horrific reputation accorded the true Ganges shark may be at least a collective effect of it and the bull shark, or mainly due to the more powerfully armed, omnivorous bull shark. All text is available under the terms