How big are a great white shark's teeth?

Answer A great white shark has triangular, serrated, sharp teeth that are up to 3 inches long. A great white has up to 3,000 teeth arranged in several rows. The first two rows of teeth are used for grabbi... Read More »

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Do great white sharks have scales?

Great white sharks have scales, but they differ from those of other fish in that they have a structure similar to teeth and are known to biologists as dermal denticals. They lie flat against the sh... Read More »

Do killer whales eat great white sharks?

According to a November 2009 (London) Telegraph article, orcas, commonly known as killer whales, attack and eat great white sharks "using a combination of superior brain power and brute force." Kil... Read More »

Do killer whales kill great white sharks?

Killer whales, aptly named because of their ability to kill large whales, do on occasion kill great white sharks, according to The whales prefer the shark's liver; however, this is a ... Read More »

Can killer whales kill great white sharks?

While it is not believed to be a common occurrence, there is at least one documented case of a killer whale (Orca) attacking and killing a great white shark. On October 9, 1997, fishermen sighted a... Read More »