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      Great White Sharks

      Learn more about one of the largest predatory animals in the ocean.

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      Great White Sharks

      Great Whites prefer cool water close to the coast.



      Great White Sharks

      The heaviest Great White Shark ever recorded was estimated to weigh in at 7,328 pounds!

      Great White Sharks

      Great Whites like to surprise their prey by coming up underneath it.

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      Great White Sharks

      A Great White’s powerful tail can propel it up to 60 km/h.



      Great White Sharks

      A Great White’s mouth contains over three hundred teeth arranged in seven rows.

      Great White Sharks

      Great White Sharks usually hunt first thing in the morning, when visibility is low in the first two hours of sunlight.

      Great White Sharks

      Great White Sharks eat an average of 11 tons of food in a single year.

      Great White Sharks

      Great whites have a powerful sense of smell, they can detect the scent of blood in the water up to three miles away.

      Great White Sharks

      “Shark Alley” off the coast of Dyer Island in South Africa is where most of the world’s Great White Sharks live.

      Great White Sharks

      Female Great White Sharks grow much larger than males like most shark species.

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