I must say that I am terrified of sharks. But, I am also fascinated by sharks as well. The paradox of feelings regarding this apex predator of the ocean sometimes gives me fits. Yet, I know that I am not the only one who is both terrified and fascinated by these magnificent creatures. So, for those shark enthusiasts who never miss Shark Week, the fans of films like Jaws or The Meg, or those kiddies that love the Pinkfong Baby Shark videos, there are some excellent shark coloring pages for you. Here are some of the most popular options that can be used.
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A kitty in a full gear swimming with a shark and fishes.
Illustration of a captain shark wearing a binoculars while holding a steering wheel.
A scary looking shark looking for something to devour.
A cub wearing a snorkel swimming with a shark, whale, and fishes.
Illustration of a fierce pirate-looking shark.
Illustration of a shark swimming with fishes and a large whale.
Illustration of a pirate-looking shark holding a steering wheel.
Two happy sharks swimming with each other.
Two fierce sharks angrily looking at each other.
Illustration of a small shark holding a paint and a brush.
illustration of a shark listening to music while being surrounded by other sea creatures.
A shiver of sharks forming a pyramid with their leader swimming on top with a fish.
Shark with a large head swimming near the seafloor/
A blue shark swimming with three leopard sharks.
Illustration of a huge shark with an octopus, crab, and a shell.
Illustration of a shark huntding down Ariel and Flounder from the movie Little Mermaid.
Illustration of a shark swimming with fishes.
Illustration of a large shark looking for food.
Illustration of a large smiling shark.
Excited shark holding a fork and ready to eat its meal.
A large shark jumping out of water.
Big octopus with round eyes swimming with different sea creatures.
Illustration of a shark swimming with another sea creature.
Dolphin and a hammerhead shark swimming with each other.
Happy shark swimming with an octopus.
A smiling shark with cute bubbly eyes.
Shark swimming with two crabs.
Illustration of a shark holding a happy starfish.
Adorable shark swimming with two jellyfish.
Illustration of a happy shark riding a whale
Illustration of a shark swimming with fishes.
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The hammerhead shark is famous due to its unique shape. Hammerheads are not the largest shark in the ocean, but they are perhaps the most distinct. I recently saw a picture of a huge hammerhead that had been caught, and I would not want to encounter one of these in the water. With eyes on the sides of their hammer-shaped head, they move their heads back and forth as they swim to see where they are going. However odd, this iconic shark is a fan favorite and is a must-have for some of your shark coloring pages.
Great White Sharks
These monsters of the ocean entered popular culture with Steven Spielberg’s blockbuster Jaws. After this movie, the term great-white-shark brought images of a boat-sized shark with a mouth perfect for devouring humans. Great whites are some of the giant sharks in the ocean and have been used to terrify audiences for decades now. No shark coloring book or printable sheets are complete without a picture of a great white.
I remember visiting an aquarium where there was a replica of a megalodon’s jaw. It was positioned so people could stand behind it as if they were inside the giant mouth with the teeth clamping down. That is when I realized I was the perfect-sized appetizer for this prehistoric fish. Thankfully, megalodons are extinct. But that hasn’t stopped artists, movie makers, and popular culture from making these giant sharks a huge deal. There are some terrifying pictures reimagining megalodons in today’s world. Many of these pictures showcase the alarming scale of how much bigger this shark is than a human being.
Pinkfong’s Baby Shark is much more my speed when imagining and viewing shark-related media (but I still don’t trust that family of sharks). The extremely catchy and borderline annoying song and cartoon has enthralled kids and toddlers for years now. There are now baby shark games, merchandise, and even a new tv show. For those looking for a less realistic or frightening option for shark coloring pages, you can look into the Baby Shark franchise by Pinkfong.
Now I know that we have only covered some of the most iconic shark types, but there are many more. If your kid is learning about sharks, perhaps they are excited about coloring many different species. Kids may want to find a shark coloring sheet featuring a whale shark, or a lemon shark, a tiger shark, a nurse shark, or a bull shark. Regardless of the species of shark, get out your crayons or colored pencils and get ready for some sharp teeth and fun with some shark-themed coloring page featuring the scariest creatures in the sea.