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Great White Shark Research Paper

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Introduction
CHOMP! A shark eating its prey. Yummy that blood was tastier than seals. Though it might look deadly but it's not their fault. They do not usual try to eat humans. They do have sharp teeth. They only gobble you up because you look like a seal or a fish. Ready, Set, Bite!
Habitat

Sharks live in the ocean. The great white shark is found in warm water. Sharks live 20-30 years in the wild. The Goblin Shark lives in very dark water. The Bull Shark is found in mississippi river. Sharks can live in all of these oceans the Atlantic, Pacific, Indian, Arctic, and Southern Ocean. Sharks are found freshwater lakes and some rivers; for example, the bull
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Sharks eat marine mammals and fish make up most of the great white shark's diet. Sharks also eat sea lions and elephant seals, the great white preys on dolphins, sea turtles, rays and other sharks. Orcas can kill the great white shark and the great white shark’s liver. It wasn't Godzilla. And it wasn't even a rabid killer whale. The mysterious animal that had killed and eaten the 9-foot great white shark and had stumped scientists turned out to be a super predator feared by even apex predators like the great white shark. Sharks are excellent hunters. They find their prey by small or electrical currents.

This Is The Super Predator Ms.Lee

Classification
First of all a shark is a carnivore. Sharks are fish. Sharks are a group of fish characterized by a cartilaginous skeleton, five to seven gill slits on the sides of the head, and fins that are not fused to the head. If a shark can’t breathe with its gills it won’t be a fish.

Locomotion The great white shark swim by propelling itself through the water using its tail. The fins are only used for balance. Other sharks, like the whale shark, move their bodies from side to side to propel themselves through the water. If a shark does not swim it will die. It will die because in order to keep oxygen-rich water have to be over their
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