This is currently the only live tiger shark on display on the continental United States. Her mother was captured in a commercial fishing net off Taiwan and she was actually born in captivity and transported from Asia to California. The tiger has been at the aquarium since February of this year, but just recently went on public display last week. Because there are so few of them in captivity, aquarium biologists have had to learn as they go about the care and feeding of this apex predator. According to aquarium spokespeople, it's been an extremely valuable experience. In the wild, juvenile tigers feast on a variety of fish and seabirds. Adults, well they pretty much eat whatever they want, including (remember the "fish autopsy" scene from Jaws?) license plates, tin cans and other human refuse that can greatly endanger their health. After experimenting with 30 different restaurant-grade food items, biologists have found that this juvenile tiger shows a fondness for fish and shrimp.