What is the largest great white shark?


The largest Great White Shark was reported to be a 23 feet in length and was caught around Maltaby Alfredo Cutajar. The year was 1987. The shark may have been 23 feet in length at the time of capture, but sharks tend to shrink when they dry out. Sharks are composed mostly of water and must be measured as soon as they come out of the water for accurate readings. The shark probably weighed around 4,200 pounds.
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The largest accurately measured great white shark was 20 feet long.
The female shark was captured off of Canada's Prince Edward Island in 1988.
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