Like its much cuter cousin, the pocket shark , the taillight shark has got a pouch on its belly, but this one is known to emit clouds of luminescent blue fluid.

This is most likely the reason for the name “taillight” – since the tail itself, like the rest of the body, has got only a few small, light-emitting photophores and no other “light” source. It could be a clever way to attract prey for the little deep sea predator with its large mouth and small and needle-like upper teeth and large and triangular lower teeth. Their bases are interlocking to form a continuous cutting surface, like in the case of its other cousin, the cookiecutter shark , but unlike it, the lips of the taillight shark are not modified to be suctorial.

Tip of the Tail is so private, you'll feel like you have the island all to yourself. It has an amazing view over the ocean, and has its own stretch of beach and beach bar. The design is clean and modern, inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s innovative style. The interiors are open and airy, and there’s more than enough to do outside. Kayaks, paddle boards, bicycles, sun beds, loungers, and snorkeling gear provides entertainment for everyone. There's even an oceanside dock for jetski access. Everything you need to enjoy your vacation is here and then some!

Tip of The Tail is a luxurious beachfront villa at the end of the Turtle Tail peninsula in Turks and Caicos. This Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired property is gated, fully staffed with a chef and butler, and ultra private.

Tip of the Tail is isolated and private, yet only 8 minutes from shops and restaurants. The Island's Tennis Club, Princess Alexandra National Park, and Turtle Cove Marina are all 15 minutes or less away. The Provo Golf Club is just over 20 minutes away, so everyone can find an activity to make their vacation perfect.

Like its much cuter cousin, the pocket shark , the taillight shark has got a pouch on its belly, but this one is known to emit clouds of luminescent blue fluid.

This is most likely the reason for the name “taillight” – since the tail itself, like the rest of the body, has got only a few small, light-emitting photophores and no other “light” source. It could be a clever way to attract prey for the little deep sea predator with its large mouth and small and needle-like upper teeth and large and triangular lower teeth. Their bases are interlocking to form a continuous cutting surface, like in the case of its other cousin, the cookiecutter shark , but unlike it, the lips of the taillight shark are not modified to be suctorial.

Tip of the Tail is so private, you'll feel like you have the island all to yourself. It has an amazing view over the ocean, and has its own stretch of beach and beach bar. The design is clean and modern, inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright’s innovative style. The interiors are open and airy, and there’s more than enough to do outside. Kayaks, paddle boards, bicycles, sun beds, loungers, and snorkeling gear provides entertainment for everyone. There's even an oceanside dock for jetski access. Everything you need to enjoy your vacation is here and then some!

Tip of The Tail is a luxurious beachfront villa at the end of the Turtle Tail peninsula in Turks and Caicos. This Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired property is gated, fully staffed with a chef and butler, and ultra private.

Tip of the Tail is isolated and private, yet only 8 minutes from shops and restaurants. The Island's Tennis Club, Princess Alexandra National Park, and Turtle Cove Marina are all 15 minutes or less away. The Provo Golf Club is just over 20 minutes away, so everyone can find an activity to make their vacation perfect.

Situated on a 10,000-square-foot private beach and lagoon on the tail of Caicos Banks in Turks and Caicos, this spectacular eco-luxury villa was masterfully designed for indoor-outdoor living.

Offering privacy, comfort, and a truly interactive experience with nature, a giant pivot door opens to bright, airy interiors that define contemporary style and effortless sophistication. An expansive great room is punctuated by a 20-foot sliding wall of glass revealing incredible views of the turquoise waters and white sand beaches of Turks and Caicos, while an Italian chef’s kitchen and dining space for 20 is ideal for large-scale entertaining.

Contemporary in architecture and design, and warmed by the azure hues of the sea, two lower-level suites are oriented toward the water, while four generous upper bedrooms feature direct access to a 2,000-square-foot, glass-lined terrace.

Like its much cuter cousin, the pocket shark , the taillight shark has got a pouch on its belly, but this one is known to emit clouds of luminescent blue fluid.

This is most likely the reason for the name “taillight” – since the tail itself, like the rest of the body, has got only a few small, light-emitting photophores and no other “light” source. It could be a clever way to attract prey for the little deep sea predator with its large mouth and small and needle-like upper teeth and large and triangular lower teeth. Their bases are interlocking to form a continuous cutting surface, like in the case of its other cousin, the cookiecutter shark , but unlike it, the lips of the taillight shark are not modified to be suctorial.

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