|This article is about the cooked version; for the raw version, see Raw baron shark.|
|Release date||24 November 2010 (Update)|
|High Alch||180 coins|
|Low Alch||120 coins|
|Store price||Not sold|
|Examine||Shimming with Juju magic.|
Baron sharks can be obtained by cooking raw baron sharks with 80 Cooking, giving 210 Cooking experience. When eaten, they heal 1600 life points, the same as a regular shark, but will continue to heal 50 life points per second for 10 seconds. This makes the baron shark the second highest healing food (tied with rocktail soup) outside of Daemonheim, with a total of 2100 life points restored — behind Juju gumbo. Since they are untradeable, they cannot be noted or stored in familiars.
After an update a shark's tooth necklace was released, when that necklace is worn when eating the shark it will continue healing for 5 seconds longer making it heal a total of 2350 life points, if the second effect from the necklace also occurs (+?? life points when eating a shark) it could heal up to a total of ??, making it the best 1 bite food.
Catching one gives 110 Fishing experience, the same as a normal shark.
The Assist System cannot be used to cook a baron shark if one has insufficient Cooking level to prevent burning.
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