Great White Sharks
by Kathleen W. Deady


Other books in Predators in the Wild series:

Grizzly Bears



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Published by Capstone Press
(Capstone High-Interest Books,

 Predators in the Wild Series)


Spring 2002

ISBN: 0-7368-0786-1


32 pages
Reading level grades 3-4
Interest level grades 3-9



Did you know?


Male and female great whites
grow at different rates. Males become
adults in about nine years. Females grow
larger, and take about thirteen to
 fifteen years to become adults. 


Great white sharks do not see their
prey as they attack. They roll their eyes
 into their sockets to protect their eyes
as they strike. 


Read about how Great Whites
move through the water, their 
thousands of teeth, how they use
their senses to hunt prey, where
sharks live around the world, 
and more. Plus myths versus facts
 about Great White Sharks. 


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