Great White Sharks Blind predators of the sea


Off the coast of South Africa 3,000 Great White Sharks were found. They are 10 feet long.


Sharks eat seals.


They live in the ocean.


Like us Great Whites learn as they grow.


A Great White will often spy or poke its head out of the water.


Sharks check one another out.


Great Whites avoid fights. They tail slap.

Great White Sharks are interesting ocean predators.


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