The White Shark, commonly refered to as the Great White or Maneater, is recognized
by its streamlined shape, pointed snout, and triangular, serated teeth.
The White Shark is one of the largest species of sharks, growing over 25 feet and well over 2500 lbs.
The White Shark roams the temperate waters of the world and is nowhere common.
Feeding often on large animals, including other sharks, sea lions, seals, tunas and squid,
the White Shark is also known to be a scavenger of dead fish and refuse.