Great white shark size
Great white shark is a natural inhabitant of all the warm waters of the planet. Great white shark can measure between 4.6 and 6 meters long, and weigh more than 2,300 kilograms. Its anatomy makes it an excellent swimmer, since it can travel at more than 25 kilometers per hour.
The largest white shark ever found was seen in the United States, its weight amounted to 3.5 tons with a length of 12.7 meters. This shark was found in the Atlantic Ocean, near Miami Beach.
Its body is white on the belly and gray on the back, which allows it to perfectly camouflage itself in the marine ecosystem. Your mouth can have up to 300 triangular teeth arranged in several rows. During the attack you can lose some teeth but then regenerate them again.
The great white shark can detect a drop of blood in 100 liters of water, and even detect small amounts of blood more than 5 miles away, that is, about 8 kilometers. When it is small it feeds on fish and rays, and as an adult feeds on marine mammals such as seals, calves and lions and elephant seals. While not scavenger, you can also feed on the remains of dead mammals.