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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 *resources here Great whites use their speed and coloring to help them hunt. They search for prey at the surface of the ocean while swimming below. Once they spot a target, they use a burst of speed to bump their prey while simultaneously biting it. How does great white shark find its prey? Great White Shark How many people are attacked by shark? Great white shark attacks on humans are rare and it is even rarer for one of these attacks to be fatal. The total number of reported shark attacks from 2006 to 2010 in the US was 179 of which only 3 died. What is the averages size of the great white shark? The great white shark averages 4.5 m in length, but some have been recorded as large as 6 m long! They generally weigh up to 2250 kg. How many teeth does a great white shark have in its lifetime? Great white shark has about 24 exposed teeth on their top lower jaw, but behind these 48-ish teeth, there can be 5-ish rows of developing teeth behind them. They have several rows of teeth that can number into the thousands. As teeth fall out, they are rapidly replaced by those in the row behind them. These sharp, serrated teeth can be devastating. A single, large bite can be fatal. Where is the largest concentration of great white shark? Great white sharks spend their time in temperate waters all over the world, such as Japan, Australia, South Africa, and the Americas.
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