|Borneo River Shark|
|Range||Borneo, they can travel up to the Java Sea. They are known to get into the Malay Peninsula and Brunei.|
The Borneo river shark, (Glyphis fowlerae), is a shark of the family Carcharhinidae. Its length is up to 78 centimetres (31 in). Reproduction is presumed to be viviparous. It is known to be one of the most common river sharks, along with bull sharks, speartooth sharks, irrawaddy river sharks and northern river sharks. They all can travel in both saltwater and freshwatwater.
They are known to inhabit rivers in Borneo. Despite the word Borneo, they can travel up to the Java Sea. They are known to get into the Malay Peninsula and Brunei.
They mostly feed on small, bony fishes such as sardines and tuna. But they can eat small sharks such as dogfish and cookiecutter sharks.