How Does a Great White Shark Protect Itself?

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The great white shark only needs to protect itself from man, and other sharks that may be bigger than they are. The tail is a great tool for the great white. It is used for swimming as well as a source of protection. Aside from the tail, its only other form of protection are its teeth, jaws, and speed at which they can escape from a predator. Because the great white will feed on dolphins, dolphins are known to kill great whites in an effort to protect themselves and their young from harm. A dolphin can kill a shark by bumping, poking, and bashing it until it is no longer a threat.
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