GREAT WHITE SHARK KING OF ALL SHARKS
WE NEED TO TAKE CARE OF THIS MAGNIFICENT CREATURE
Great White Shark, also known as the great white, white shark or “white pointer”, is a species of large mackerel shark that can be found in the coastal surface waters of all the major oceans.
The great white shark, also known as the great white, white shark or “white pointer”, is also recognized as the mackerel shark which can be found in the coastal waters of all the major oceans.
This species has a mass between 1,200-2,400 lbs. (Adult). The Scientific name like if you remember watching the movie Jaws when the actor says Carcharodon carcharias. They have a length of 15-21 ft. Females and Males 11-13 ft. with a lifespan of 70 years. Notice that the female is larger for obvious reasons. They are the moms who carry the babies.
How dangerous are great white sharks?
The great white is the most dangerous shark with a recorded 314 unprovoked attacks on humans. The striped tiger shark follows this with 111 attacks, bull sharks black tip with 100 attacks, and blacktip shark with 29 attacks.
How many great white sharks are left?
According to the Guardian, a recent survey completed as a part of the Census for Marine Life has found that there are only some 3,500 individual Great White left in the wild-around the same number of tigers that conservationists believe are left
Where do great white sharks live?
They operate in coastal waters (that is, waters characterized by an abundance of fishes and marine mammals), such as off the coasts of the northeastern and western United States, Chile, northern Japan, southern Australia, New Zealand, southern Africa, and Hawaii most are cold temperature waters.
Do great white sharks attack humans?
So far in 2019, there have been four fatal shark attacks. … The majority of unprovoked attacks on humans where a species is identified involve three large culprits: the great white, tiger, and bull sharks.
Do sharks die when you cut off their fin?
This is the part that we want to pay attention to. We need to support the programs and write congress to stop this nonsense.
This is the process of slicing off a shark’s fin and discarding the rest of the still-living body, often by dumping it back into the ocean. … The finned sharks are often thrown back into the ocean alive, where they do not die peacefully: unable to swim properly and bleeding profusely, they suffocate or die of blood loss.
Let us take a look at this amazing creature here is part one