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As of 2014, the largest shark ever captured was a whale shark, measuring 12.6 metres and weighing an estimated 15.5 tons. It was captured in 1949 off the coast of Baba Island near Pakistan.


As of 2014, the largest great white shark ever caught weighed 2,664 lbs. This shark was pulled from South Australian waters in 1959 by fisherman Alf Dean.


There are numerous discrepancies over the size of the largest great white ever caught, but the Canadian Shark Research Center claims that the largest, accurately measured great white shark was caught in 1988 off Prince Edward Island and was a length of 20 feet. Other recorded shark captures seem to


A pint of Guinness beer has 0.3 milligrams of iron, or about 3 percent of an adult's daily recommended iron intake, according to the Daily Mail. The dark beer also has 210 calories and 17 grams of carbohydrates, or 6 percent of the daily recommended value.


The largest species of shark is the whale shark, which averages about 40,000 pounds in weight and between 18 and 32 feet in length. The largest such shark ever recorded weighed approximately 47,000 pounds and measured almost 42 feet long.


Guinness Draught contains 35.2 calories per 100ml or about 125 calories per 12 ounce can. The calorie count in popular beers can range from 60 to over 200 calories per 12 ounces, but the average is 150 calories.


The largest lobster on record was an American lobster (homarus americanus) caught off the coast of Nova Scotia, Canada on Feb., 11, 1977. The lobster weighed in at 20.14 kilograms, measured approximately 1 meter in length and was estimated to be 100 years old.


As of 2014, the largest alligator ever caught was 15 feet long and weighed 1,011.5 pounds. The alligator was caught in August 2014 by Mandy Stokes and her family in a river near Camden, Ala. The previous record for largest alligator caught was set in 2007 with a 880-pound alligator.


The Canadian Shark Research Center reports that the largest accurately measured great white shark on record was a 20.3-foot-long female caught off Prince Edward Island in 1983. A great white shark said to have measured 21 feet was caught off Cuba in 1945, but this measurement has been disputed.


Sharks are fish, but they belong to the group called Chondrichthyes, or cartilaginous fish, which is a different scientific group than most types of fish. Common fish, such as tuna or salmon, all belong to the group Osteichthyes. The distinction is based upon the makeup of their skeletons.