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    I picked the aquatic biome; home to the predator that can smell one drop of blood 3 miles away, the predator that can sense the tiniest bit of blood in 25 gallons of water. The second biggest predatory fish in the ocean after the Killer Whale. The Great White Shark might be one of the most feared animals in the ocean and the world. Although it is said that the U.S and Australia are the most shark infested countries in the world Great Whites are of course found in other parts of the world as well. Great White Sharks are found in different parts of the world like Mexico, California, South Africa, and Australia. In Mexico places like Guadalajara is tropical and is where Great White’s are usually spotted. In California there are many different…

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    Great White Shark The Great White shark is the most dangerous predator swimming in the sea. They have been swimming in the oceans on this planet for over 400,000,000 years. The Great White shark is undeniably the most feared fish in the sea. The evolution, reproduction and behavior patterns of this massive creature, make it one of the most interesting swimmers in our oceans. The process of evolution has changed many creatures on our planet for millions of years. Sharks are one of…

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    The Great White Shark is the biggest shark that is known to be alive today. The average Great White can live up to 70 years old or more. Most Great Whites mature around the age of 15. Great White Sharks have a grey body on the tp yet on the bottom it is white for camouflage, they are grey on the top because it helps blend them into the water so that predators and prey can't see them, this is the same reason that they have a white belly. The Great White Shark has a snout, black eyes (They are…

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    Evolution of the Great White Shark Did you know that sharks appeared in the fossil record about 450 million years ago? The great white shark is one of many different species of cartilaginous fish out. There are approximately 350 species of sharks worldwide. The great white has become one of the most feared predators in the sea leaving the question as to how it achieved this success. The great white is about four to six meters in length and can weigh up to 5,000 pounds. Some factors that have…

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    depths they think of sharks. More specifically, they think of the largest predatory shark and most well-known species, the great white. The great white shark has grown a reputation as the deadliest and most fearsome creature to ever swim in the ocean. These beliefs have come about mostly due to Hollywood’s overexposure of the predatory fish as a deadly, human devouring monster. Although the great white may not be exactly exempt from the occasional attack on humans, they are far from the monster…

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    The Great White Shark that I chose to research was Katherine. She was tagged on August 20, 2013 in Cape Cod Massachusetts. She weighed 2,300 pounds, 14 feet and 2 inches. She was named in honor of Katharine Lee Bates, a Cape Cod native and songwriter—best known for her poem and song “America The Beautiful”. The latest ping for Katharine is off the coast of Florida, near New Smyrna Beach. This area is also known as the shark capital and it consists of murky water that has bait fish within it.…

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    What is the one of the most feared animals to roam the deep wide oceans? In case you did not know, the answer to that, it is the Great White Shark. Not only are they the most feared but they are also the most dangerous if mad. They can grow up to 20 ft long and weigh 5000 lbs. Their torpedo shaped bodies and very strong and powerful tails help this animal to reach up to almost 15 mph; which is very fast considering how heavy they are. If they were to lose their tail and stop swimming they would…

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    You have probably heard of the Great White Shark and the Bull Shark. They are some of the scariest ocean predators. These two are in some ways similar, but they are very different, too. You will want to know how to tell the difference between the Great White and the Bull shark. To tell these two sharks apart, just see how different and similar they really are. There are some similarities between the two sharks like color, appetite, migration, and where they live. The sharks are similar in…

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    The great white shark: the king of ocean, the evil ruler, destroying everything in it’s path. From the looks of them, it would be understandable to make this assumption. But let’s clear the air for our good friend, the great white. In fact, over 80% percent of shark attacks had survivors. I mean, they lost a limb maybe, but they survived! Sharks don’t like the taste of us, because after taking one bite, they’ll leave. It’s all just a big misunderstanding. They confuse us for seals, their real…

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    lot of knowledge on all marine organisms. However, everything there is to know about the carnivorous great white sharks’ species hasn’t been discovered yet. Scientists can only do so much with these organisms in a controlled environment (or captivity) before an incident occurs where the shark either dies or puts others in danger. Erik Vance’s article, “Why Great White Sharks Are Still a Mystery to Us” provides examples of instances where great whites were put in captivity: “They refuse to live…

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