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The Great White Shark The Great White Shark is arguably the most frightening shark to all humans First the teeth are almost like a knife and they are sharp enough to saw through wood They are probably the main reason why humans are afraid of the Great White Shark Second the Great White is between 12-16 feet long and can grow up to 19-21 feet There is another main reason why the Great White is the most feared predator by humans Next another reason most people are afraid of the predator is because of shark attacks They have proved that most attacks from the shark are not fatal Studies have also proved that the Great White is not even a man-eater Next the Great White is also linked to bloody murders of humans The truth is that the shark only attacks its prey The majestic shark has many great features and it is truly an amazing animal First the scientific name for the Great White is Carcharodon carcharias Ragged and odon in the sharks name mean tooth Second some common names for the predator are white shark white pointer The sharks name is from the jagged marks on the side of its head Third the shark reaches maturity around 9 years of its natural born life The growth of The Great White shark is about 25-30 cm per year Fourth the White Shark has litters of about 7-9 pups The females may only reproduce twice in her whole life Clearly this is the most feared shark by humans but also a very majestic animal Most shark attacks occur within 100 feet of the shoreline although it is not uncommon for a shark to attack in the open sea Some sharks even follow the boats out to the sea Sailors consider the sharks to be a bad omen and sometimes they would throw one of their own men overboard to please the sharks The
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