about 150 pounds daily. from fish to seals to dead animals such as crab, fish, shrimp and whales
No. Great white sharks are apex predators, on top of their food chain.
They eat it
Great white sharks get energy from digesting the food they have eaten, usually fish and other animals.
Great white sharks hunt their own food. Great white shark with his victims in a manner calculated to be very focused and they hunt.
The Great White Shark finds its food by snifing out there prey to find the one they want.
Great white sharks probably hate orca's or killer whales because they would compete for food and occasionaly prey on them.
great white sharks are live bearers not egg layers. this gives them the edge in the competition for food when they are youngsters
like any other living organism, a great white needs food, water, and oxygen. great white sharks favorite known food is seals, dolphins, small whales and even smaller sharks.
the great white shark is second from all sea creatures
because they think your food.(:
The Great White Sharks sneak up to them and chomp them.
fish, and seals.
oxgen water food
great white sharks move 1 to 2 miles in every 5 days in seach of food.
Orcas are sometimes found with great whites in their stomachs and mature great whites will eat the baby ones.Great white sharks are final predators, at the top of their food chain. Only man preys on great white sharks.Orcas have been found with great white up their stomachs.
Sharks will try to eat anything they think is potential food.
they search for anything from a fish to whales
It's where the food is!
seals and sea lions
They Eat People & Fishiess!
Larger great white sharks eat great white sharks, although it is rare for any animals to resort to cannibalism. Typically, the great white shark remains at the top of the food chain unless disrupted by human presence.
yes great white sharks do eat meat because as soon as they smell blood and its a person they go strait for it because its food 2.
Besides humans Great White sharks are at the top of the food chain and they are called apex predators.
Supposedly they are at the top of the food chain, but I'd think some bigger sharks like Great Whites would eat them.