Films: Dam Sharks (2016)
Height/Weight: That of average bull sharks.
Summary: This has not been the first time sharks have managed to get into freshwater turf, and it certainly won't be the last. They can call these chompers bull sharks all they like, but we can tell easily that they were really teetering on the line between that and great white. Either way, we've got some nasty sharks here.
History: Somewhere in a tourist attraction of a lake, a storm has somehow sent a whole swarm of sharks upriver and into the place. It isn’t long before there are body parts and blood everywhere. But then the sharks do something truly horrible. They take their leftovers, and use them to build morbid dams to make sure they won't leave anytime soon. Now, everyone at that lake is going to have to either get out or destroy the new ecological menace.
Notable Kills: One throws back a meat hook to impale someone before eating them, and others like to snatch people out of the air.
Final Fate: Many of the sharks are shot and/or blown up. However, the true killing blow is when the dam is obliterated by a gas explosion. The very last shark is shortly killed afterwards.
Powers/Abilities: Have enough intellect to construct dams like beavers.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3-At this point, do you really expect Syfy-tier sharks to be made of anything other than crap CGI? The only saving grace of these beasts is their unusual and deeply disturbing damming habits, as well as their alarming bloodlust. It must be Hell for them having to decide whether or not to leave some parts behind while eating a tasty human.
Trivia: -Sad to say, "Sharknado" is referred here. Way to self-promote there, Asylum.
-There are positively NO indications that bull sharks build dams, much less any sharks at all. Only beavers are known to make dams as big at the ones here, and they are only made of wood, as well as meant to keep the dens from flooding over.