Great White Shark Teeth For Sale

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Great White Shark Illustration

Great White Shark Illustration

Great White Shark Information

Great whites (Carcharodon carcharias) are predominantly large predatory sharks that roam Earth's oceans. They can be found in both coastal waters and in deeper waters offshore as long as there's prey nearby. Great whites are known for their massive reach, inhabiting all five major oceans. It's not uncommon for them to travel from cold waters of 54 °F to warmer waters of 75 °F.

Great whites are carnivores that feed on a broad range of aquatic wildlife, such as fish (tuna, cod and smaller sharks), seals, stingrays, dolphins, whales, sea lions, sea otters, sea turtles and even birds. Although it's uncommon, there have also been documented instances of larger great whites feeding on smaller ones. Great whites use quick bursts of speed to aggressively catch retreating prey, sometimes gaining speeds of 25 mph as they leap out of the water (see image below).

Located in the coastal waters off Cape Town, South Africa is a land mass rightfully named Seal Island. This island lives up to its namesake with tens of thousands of Cape Fur Seals inhabiting the area. Great whites are naturally attracted to Seal Island since it contains an abundance of their favorite food -- seals. What's even more remarkable, however, is the great white's unique feeding habit of grabbing their prey while launching into the air.

Great White Shark Swimming

Great White Shark Swimming

Great White Shark Attacks - Should I Be Worried?

When most people think of great white sharks, the first image that comes to mind is that of the aquatic, man-eating monster that terrorized the beaches in the blockbuster 70's film, Jaws. While there's no denying this is both an exciting and entertaining movie, its portrayal of the great white shark has given many people a false sense of terror regarding these creatures. Following the release of this film, people from across the world were downright terrified of stepping foot into the ocean. Some people were even drawn into the sport of hunting sharks because they viewed them as a felt. Overfishing has dramatically lowered the population numbers of great whites, placing them at risk of becoming endangered.

In reality, great whites don't typically go around ramming boats and hunting peaceful beach-goers enjoying their summer vacation. While there have been documented accounts of great white shark attacks on humans, they are few and far between. In the US, there is approximately 1, yes that's one, shark attack each year. The fact is that you are far more likely to get into a serious automobile accident on your way to the beach than get attacked by a great white. So, go ahead and enjoy your summer vacation without worrying about a great white sneaking up behind you in the ocean.

Great White Shark Fun Facts

  • Great white sharks inhabit the oceans of every coast in the world, with the exception of Antarctica.
  • The great white shark isn't entirely white. In fact, their backs are often multicolored with blue, brown, black, and grey.
  • A great white can produce and lose over 20,000 teeth in their lifetime.
  • While pregnant great white sharks have been observed, no one has ever witnessed one giving birth.
  • 70% of individuals who are attacked by great white sharks survive.
  • The bite of a 20ft-long great white could produce a force of 20,000 newtons.
  • The largest great white shark to be recorded was caught in the waters off New Brunswick, Canada and measured 37ft long!
  • Great whites can weigh nearly 5,000 pounds.
  • Like other sharks, the great white doesn't have bones in their bodies. Instead, their skeleton is made up of tough cartridge.
  • Great whites can swim in waters as shallow as a couple feet deep.
  • The lifespan of a great white is 30 - 40 years.
Great White Jumping Out of Water

Great White Jumping Out of Water

Great White Shark Tooth

Great White Shark Tooth

Collecting Great White Shark Teeth

If you're a shark tooth collector, then you're probably eager to get your hands on one from a great white shark. Being the largest predatory fish in the world, great whites are known as the kings of the ocean, and collecting their teeth is a hobby shared by thousands of people worldwide. But trying to find them on the beach can oftentimes leave you empty handed and out of luck, so how do you acquire these unique collectibles? We've made the process easier by connecting you to sellers from across the world offering a variety of great white shark teeth for sale.

One of the most notable characteristics of great white shark teeth is their highly sharp and serrated edges. While teeth from most shark species have serrated edges, those from great whites are exceptionally sharp and prominent. In fact, it's not uncommon for people to accidentally cut themselves simply from picking up a great white shark tooth from the beach of ocean. If you happen to come across one on your next vacation of tooth hunting trip, use caution to ensure you don't cut yourself.

Video of a Great White Shark Jumping 20+ Feet Out of The Water

References:

Great White Shark - National Geographic

Great White Shark - Berkeley

http://phys.org/news/2013-05-great-white-sharks-endangered.html