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Great White Sharks History

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Hali Wascom

on 22 January 2014

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By: Hali Wascom and Mackenzie Davis
Great White Sharks History
Great Whites average Size
Great White Sharks can weigh up to 5,000 pounds average, and can be as long as 12 to 16 feet!
Great Whites Lifespan
The Great White shark can live up to 60 years of age.
It survives by swimming and hunting.
Survival
The Great White survives by using it's powerful jaws and saw blade teeth to catch its prey also known as its food. Their jaws are not connected so they can get an easier grip on their food. Their skin also helps because it is like sand paper and it can cut you.
Why Great Whites are predators to their young.
Predators
These sharks have humans as predators. But when they are young other sharks are predators such as their mothers. It is a pretty hard life for them.
great white jaws
A Great White's Meal
The Great White's main dish is seals, salmon, sea turtles, dolphins, whales, and other species of sharks.
Great White mothers are predators to their young because of the size. They think their young are prey because of their newborn size, because when they are born they look like a regular fish like these.
By: Hali Wascom and Mackenzie Davis
THE END
this is a weight scale
FUN FACT
The great white's teeth grow in five rows with thousands of teeth!!! When they loose a tooth the one behind it moves foward and they just keep growing!!! They loose about 10,000 teeth in 1 year!!!!
TEETH!!!
MORE TEETH!!!
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