Great whites eat seals, porpoises, other sharks, and whale carcasses. A great white was reported to tear another great white in half at Queensland, Australia.
Appearance & colorEdit
Great whites display countershading, having a white underside and a grey dorsal area (sometimes in a brown or blue shade) that gives an overall "mottled" appearance. The coloration makes it difficult for prey to spot the shark because it breaks up the shark's outline when seen from the side. From above, the darker shade blends with the sea and from below it exposes a minimal silhouette against the sunlight
Great white sharks are on the vulnerable species list because of shark finning, water pollution, and overfishing which causes scarce food for the shark. The orca is the only known living predator of the great white.