Great White Shark
Any animal that has the misfortune of being preyed upon by the great white shark stands very little chance of surviving the attack. Its streamlined body makes it an insanely fast swimmer, capable of agile aquatic acrobatics. It's incredibly strong jaws feature multiple rows of sharp serrated teeth, each replaced as soon as one is lost. In fact, a single shark can go through more than 50,000 teeth in its lifetime. Great whites typically begin their attacks with a single punishing bite. The shark then waits for its victim to be weakened by the wound before it returns to eat, a technique that allows the menacing predator to feed in relative safety.
Last editorial update on Jul 1, 2020 05:55:43 pm.