The biggest great white shark?
The largest Great White shark that has been recorded as of 2014 was 23 feet long. This shark was caught in 1987.
The length of a Great White shark at birth varies slightly. They can ranges in lengths of 3 to 5 feet when born. Great White Sharks are known as the most powerful sharks, but definitely not the biggest. The Whale Shark is the biggest, yet it only eats plankton. However, the Great White can reach lengths of 20-30 feet!
The below is incorrect, even if you take megalodon out of the picture, the basking shark and whale shark are larger than the great white. However, if you believe the 7 inch shark teeth as evidence, then the megalodon was the largest shark. But it went extinct about 1.5 million years ago. The Great White Shark. People think it is a Megalodon, but that is incorrect. There is no proof that a Megalodon is real…