How Many Great White Sharks Are Left?

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Scientists know that great white sharks are endangered. However, it's uncertain how many are left. Some people believe that only a few thousand are left, but this may not be true. You can find more information here: http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/vertebrates/Doug/shark.html
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There are no accurate population numbers available for great white sharks, although they are considered an endangered species. Did you know that there are between 350-370 different
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there are 968 GWS left in the world.
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1. Visit the Atlantic, Pacific and Gulf coastlines of the United States as well as the coasts of Australia, Japan and South Africa for your best chance of spotting a Great White.
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It's likely to be in the 1000s - as a Great White (and some other sharks including the Mako, Whitetip) goes through life its teeth break off relatively easily. As they're lost, there
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Great White Shark
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Chondrichthyes Order: Lamniformes Family: Lamnidae Genus: Carcharodon Species: Carcharodon carcharias
This infamous shark is renowned as the most voracious predator of the seas and has a man-eater reputation. The powerful, cartilaginous body (as opposed to the bone skeleton of other vertebrates) is streamlined for efficient movement... More »
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