Great white sharks grow up to 21 feet long, have a lifespan of approximately 70 years and live in all the world's oceans. In contrast, tiger sharks grow to about 16 feet, have a lifespan of approximately 50 years and are... More »

Sharks are boneless fish with have an anatomical structure that differs from other marine fish. Sharks have skeletons made of flexible cartilage and have several fins located on their bodies. Most sharks have a pair of d... More »

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All species of sharks are carnivores, not omnivores. On rare occasions, a shark will dine on something other than meat, such as seaweed, but it happens so rarely that it's not common enough to change the shark's classifi... More »

The lifespan of the great white shark is about 70 years, according to a study by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. It was previously believed that great whites lived to be only 30. More »

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Great white sharks have a lifespan of 30 to over 100 years. At the very beginning, two to 12 baby sharks, or pups, grow inside their mother for a full year before she gives birth. Great whites can be found in all major o... 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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The world's largest predator in the fish genus, the great white shark averages 15 feet in length but can reach lengths of 20 feet and weights of more than 5,000 pounds. Some reports have indicated the great white can gro... More »

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