Some do, on the tail or dorsal fin.
the great white sharks defence is it's teeth and it's dorsal fin. (TOP FIN)
there is a slight difference, white pointer sharks have white on there bellies so when they are on top of an enemy and they look up all they see is whiteness. great white shark has whitish grey but they don't use it for the same reason. also white pointer sharks put up their dorsal fin and their tail fin (but the tail slightly shorter than the dorsal) but the great white shark only puts up its dorsal fin.
The pectoral fins are in the front and the dorsal fins are at the back.
Gray dorsal side, white ventral (belly) side. Thick, pointy nose
The defence mechanisms of a Great White Shark is it's top dorsal fin, it's super sharp teeth (obvious) and it's torpedo shaped body. :D
no their pink somtimes green
what is white ramus?
There are 88 keys in upright Piano. 52 white keys and 36 black keys.
What do you mean?Pectoral fin to Dorsal fin or from tail to nose?Okay for tail to nose it's average lenght is 21ft.Now for Pectoral fin to dorsal fin I really don't know but,it could be around 7ft tall.
No, they are countershaded. This means they have white stomachs, and a darker colored dorsal area. In the case of the whale shark this dorsal region is grey or blue with spots and or stripes running the length of the body.
An adult Orca (Killer Whales) will generally always beat an adult Great White Shark. Orca are smarter and rely on sonar. Orca also travel in pods and Great White Sharks do not, so in reality, Orca would always be able to kill a Great White Shark.