Great white shark
The great white shark, also known as the white shark, is a species of large mackerel shark found in coastal waters in all major oceans. They are known for their size, with adult males typically measuring between 11-16 ft and females measuring between 15-20 ft. They are apex predators and their diet mainly consists of marine mammals such as seals and sea lions, as well as fish and sea turtles. They are also known to scavenge on carrion. Great white sharks are known for their powerful jaws and sharp teeth, which they use to bite and grip onto their prey. They are also known for their speed and agility in the water. They have been known to attack humans, but such incidents are rare and often the result of mistaken identity. Great white sharks are an apex predator and play an important role in keeping the ocean ecosystem in balance. However, they are listed as vulnerable by IUCN due to overfishing, finning, and other human activities that have caused their population to decline.