Great Whites have a life expectancy of 25 years but only start mating on the last five.<br />Their length on average reaches 4 meters<br />Sharks live on the coasts of every continent except Antarctica.<br />A Great White produces from 2 - 12 pups, all about 1.5 meters long.<br />In the womb the pups feed on unfertilised eggs and their own brothers and sisters.<br />As soon as they’re born they swim away to start their own life.<br />
Little Facts<br /><ul><li>It is the most common shark to be used in movies.
The longest ever caught nearly reached 7 meters just off prince Edward island 1993.
Dogs kill more humans in a year than sharks in the last 100.
Their arch nemesis is the Orca (The killer whale) the sharks are at a disadvantage as the Orca hunt in packs, are quicker and more agile, despite being bigger.
They rarely fight for food, but if they do they settle it with a tail slapping contest.
They can roll their eyes to the back of their head.
A shark’s liver makes up 24% of its body weight.
They generate up to one thousand teeth.(THEY DON’T NEED A DENTIST)
Orcas live in a world ruled by cows (female Orcas)</li></li></ul><li>Little Facts<br />Killer whales have developed a way to beach themselves as a form of hunting.<br />They can be classified in three groups: <br />Resident - Commonly seen and feast on fish.<br />Transient - Travel in small pods and feed on marine mammals.<br />Off Shore - Travel in large pods and eat fish, SHARKS and turtles.<br />Each pod has its own verbal dialect. There are recordings of a mother teaching its off-spring the verbal pattern.<br />Noise pollution from boats makes it difficult for whales to use echolocation.<br />They belong to the dolphin family.<br />
Thank you for watching<br />Sources:<br />http://hubpages.com/hub/Killer_Orca_Whales_<br />http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/killer-whale/<br />http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/fish/great-white-shark.html<br />http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=42mg0FnRicA<br />By: Alien Vs Predator<br />( Monica Approved)<br />