great white shark


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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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The great white shark has been a protected species in Florida since 2004, Roger Young, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission captain (http://www.
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