Great White Sharks

Baby Great White Sharks are known to eat each other while still in

Did you know¬†that Baby Great White Sharks are known to eat each other while still in their mother’s womb and that when born they escape quickly as their mother often sees them as prey!

 

 

In addition to their keen sense of smell, they have good hearing and sharp color vision. And for those prey that are stealthily quiet or camouflaged, these giants can detect the electrical fields that a potential victim’s muscles give off through the aid of special organs known as the ampullae of Lorenzini, a network of jelly-filled canals around the sharks’ heads. Lines of sensors running down their sides also help the sharks to sense motion in the water.

1.Great white sharks are huge.
2.Great whites are world travelers
3.Great whites are deadly before birth
4.Great whites have keen senses
5.It’s complicated
6.They’re speedy hunters
7.Not completely a cold-blooded killer?
8.Deadly strategy
9.Sharp bites
10.Maneater?

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