The Great White Shark and humans
The great white shark is at the top of the oceanic food chains and has no natural enemies - apart from humans. Sharks are difficult animals to study; the great white is always on the move and it is impossible to keep in captivity. Also, because it is a top predator, it matures late and reproduces slowly, with the result that the overall population is small and scattered over a wide area.
Distant ancestors of great white sharks first appeared in the world's oceans well over 300 million years ago.Read More: Credits