The great white shark appears as one of the most ferocious animals in water. it can grow up to 8 m in length, and can count well over 2,000 kg on the weighing scale. The statistics make it quite a large and monstrous animal, but it is not known to devour humans in the normal course. When it does attack humans, it does so because of an error in identification. It mistakes a human being for some other animal.
In the normal course, great white sharks are known to eat big fish, seals, porpoises, dolphins, and whales to whet their appetite. Great white sharks are popularly known for the technique they employ in getting hold of their prey. They lie in wait for the prey, and pounce on it when it passes by gaining advantage of the surprise.
The depth of waters where great white sharks are to be found very from 1 m-1,200 m. Its ability to explore the depths of oceans helps it gain access to fishes that swim deep in the ocean.
It has around 300 teeth lining both of its jaws which enable it to pierce and tear its prey. It is carnivorous in nature, so its prey is usually fish that is torn to pieces between the teeth before it finds itself inside the great white shark.
The great white shark rules over the oceans without fear of any predators because of its huge size and all its paraphernalia of hunting abilities. Even killer whales of the same size are known to have contested with great white sharks, while great white sharks are known to have met death and defeat at the hands of pods of dolphins.