If you are attacked by a shark, it is important to fight back and get out of the water as soon as possible, but there are also important tips to learn to avoid a shark encounter. Sharks generally don’t like to eat humans... More »

Saltwater crocodiles are known to occasionally prey on sharks, meaning that a crocodile would most likely win in a hypothetical confrontation with one. Armed with a muscular, heavily armored body, sharp claws and the str... More »

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Both sharks and crocodiles are apex ambush predators, so it is likely that the winner in a combat situation is the one that strikes first. Sharks and crocodiles do not usually hunt and kill each other. However, there are... More »

The great white shark's habitat is the ocean, particularly the coastal and cool water areas, reports National Geographic. The great white shark is on the endangered species list despite its prowess in the ocean, because ... More »

Great white sharks live in temperate water around the world. They swim in shallow water as well as deep water. More »

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Scholastic asserts that sharks are especially well adapted to an ocean environment due to their physical features, such as streamlined bodies for efficient swimming, rows of sharp teeth that grow back after they fall out... More »

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The fin of a shark that occasionally breaks the water's surface is called the dorsal fin. According to the ReefQuest Centre for Shark Research, it is actually rare for this to happen, as sharks typically swim mid-water o... More »

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