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Great White Shark
Transcript of Great White Shark
The Great White Shark eats seals, fish and any thing that is in front of him.
He has big teeth and they are very sharp.
The great white shark skin is covered with the scales.
Because of the scars on their fins, great whites likely practice the typical courtship rituals of a shark, which involve the male biting the female to hold her in place during insemination.
Sharks swim by moving their caudal fin from side to side in a sweeping motion, which propels them forward through the water.
Sharks are slightly heavier than than the water ,so they naturally tend to sink.
Skull and Skelton
The Great White Shark is a vertebrate.
A vertebrate is a animal that has backbone.
All fish are vertebrate.
He is a top predator .
a top predator means that he is not a producer.