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* Physical appearance.
The Shark Men were believed to be followers of the Shark God Pescado Diabolico that roamed the waters around Shark Island. In reality though, they were only the disguises of sea scavengers working for Milo Meekly.
They were humanoid sharks with webbed fingers and flippers.
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The New Scooby-Doo Movies
Scooby-Doo and his friends, alongside Sonny & Cher, were having a vacation on Shark Island. The innkeeper, Milo Meekly, told them about the Shark Men being associated with the Shark God Pescado Diabolico.
When it came to the conflict near where some gold was being mined, Fred Jones went up the crane and used the trash can lids to surprise the operator who was actually Mr. Meekly. Just then, the hotel's maid Matilda showed up, revealing himself to be an investigative agent named Matt Hildago who used Mr. Meekly's hearing aid to get all the Shark Men back to the hotel immediately. Minutes later, Matt explained that the Shark Men were actually sea scavengers and that his group caught on to Mr. Meekly when one of the sea scavengers had spent a gold doubloon in town. Before taking Mr. Meekly and his crew to jail, Matt also revealed that the hotel had been condemned as it was standing on a landslide area.
Scooby-Doo! and the Curse of the 13th Ghost
The gang had apparently been given a shark man suit as a keepsake, but when they were forbade to pursue anymore mysteries after nabbing the wrong guy, this necessitated to remove all trace of their past mysteries, which included having a garage sale of selling off the shark man suit along with other mementos.
- The New Scooby-Doo Movies
- 108. The Secret of Shark Island (no lines)
- DTV29. Scooby-Doo! and the Curse of the 13th Ghost (cameo, only the disguise)
- As possible homage, in Scooby-Doo! and the Legend of the Vampire, the shark men were used again in the opening sequence as one of the monsters on the cruise ship.