Distinctive Characters: Body without edges. Caudal blade around 30% of absolute length. Pectoral. dorsal and butt-centric blades with rakish apices. Teeth packed. with moderate focal cusp and 4—6 more modest cusps on sides. The greatest recorded length of the brownish medical attendant shark is 3.2 m (10 ft).
Colour: Brown, from tan to dim — brown. Paler beneath.
Habitat and Biology: Happens in shallow waters from the intertidal zone to a profundity over 70 m. Demersal on coral and rough reefs, in tidal ponds and on sand pads. Feeds on an assortment of base spineless creatures, corals, and little fishes. The brownish attendant shark might be one of a handful of the fishes represent considerable authority in going after octopus. Primarily nighttime, regularly resting in caves or under overhangs by day. Ovoviviparous: number of youthful no less than 4 for every uterus.
Human interactions: with brownish medical caretaker sharks submerged demonstrate a more compliant attitude than the comparative attendant shark; normally jumpers can move toward the sharks intently and even touch and play with them without episode. Be that as it may, this species has been inconsistently incited into gnawing, and merits regard because of its solidarity, little however sharp teeth, and incredibly amazing jaws. Brownish medical caretaker sharks are supported attractions for ecotourist jumpers and swimmers off the Maldives.