Actually, Orcas (Killer Whales) are known for killing and eating Great White Sharks.
Orcas kill Great whites by flipping them on there back, sharks go into a trance on it's back, the Orca will keep it there until it drowns, but will only eat it's liver.
great white sharks do NOT have any NATURAL predators, but man is considered a predator of great white sharks
Great White sharks are pure carnivores. They prey upon fish (like Tuna, Rays etc), other smaller species of Sharks, dolphins, porpoises, seals, sea lions, sea turtles, sea otters and even sea birds. They prefer prey that has a high content of energy rich fat. They usually hunt early in the morning before the sun rises fully, when the visibility is poor
Yes, they do. Us humans kill them so we are their predators and so are orcas.
just people and other sharks when they are juveniles
sometimes whales or even sharks of there own kind!
anything in sight really
they eat them
Normally they attack from below, with a sudden rush at the prey. Great white sharks are the largest known predatory fish in the entire ocean. They are classified as a mackerel shark and their teeth often break off when they hunt their prey. This article will answer the question what do great white sharks eat, as well as look at how great white sharks find their prey and look at four interesting facts about great white sharks. Firstly, let's look to answer the question what do great sharks eat. Great white sharks are carnivorous (meat eater) and love to feast on animals with very high fat contents. Great white sharks primarily eat fish, tuna, stingrays, smaller sharks, porpoises, dolphins, whales, seals, fur seals and sea lions. Great white sharks have also been known to eat sea turtles. While great white sharks will attack sea otters and penguins they very rarely eat them. Great white sharks will also eat pig carcasses if they are in the ocean. So now you know the answer to the question what do great white sharks eat. Now, let's look at how they find their prey. Great white sharks primarily locate their prey based on smell and sound. They can hear and smell their prey from many kilometres away and start to move towards their prey. When the great white sharks are close to their prey they rely on their sight to spot their prey. Great white sharks typically stay below their prey and ambush them, taking them by complete surprise. Great white sharks typically attack their prey in the morning as it is harder to see the sharks at the bottom of the ocean in the morning.
Great white sharks probably hate orca's or killer whales because they would compete for food and occasionaly prey on them.
Yes, great white sharks are on the killer whales menu.
The white shark attacks his prey from under.
swim around looking for more prey
sharks attack us because they think we are seals or other prey.
Great white sharks are carnivores and eat whatever is in the ocean. Any fish or bird or seal in the water can be prey.
Catching and eating prey, and defense.
The Great White Shark finds its food by snifing out there prey to find the one they want.
Other sharks, seals, dolphins, rarely whales, and fish. And some other things.