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great white shark:

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large, ferocious shark, Carcharodon carcharias. Also known as the great white shark and maneater, this shark can attack swimmers and boats without provocation, though it does not typically do so.
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We won't be culling great white sharks, but part of the research program (involves) tagging on the north coast so that we can better inform the public about the movement of those sharks, and better understand their behavior," Minister for Primary Industries Niall Blair told reporters on Friday.
Sustainability, Environment and Conservation Minister Ian Hunter said a review of licences and conditions in 2012 assessed the impact of the shark cage diving industry on Great White Sharks.
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A TERRIFYING 15ft Great White Shark looks to be making its way to Irish waters.
Great white sharks are not exactly known as picky eaters, so it might seem obvious that these voracious predators would dine often and well on their migrations across the Pacific Ocean.
A great white shark, if it mistakes you for its normal prey item, say a seal, will first make a test bite.
A BRITISH man was yesterday fighting for his life after being mauled in a horror attack by a great white shark.
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Most scientists have long believed that great white sharks rarely swim far from the coastal waters where they live.
Each September through November, great white sharks the size of cars gather in the waters near San Francisco's Farallon Islands to feed on the area's population of elephant seals.