great white shark

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  • noun

Synonyms for great white shark

large aggressive shark widespread in warm seas

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His protruding eyes and antennae-like ears were turning constantly hither and thither, for Thar Ban was yet in the country of the enemy, and, too, there was always the menace of the great white apes, which, John Carter was wont to say, are the only creatures that can arouse in the breasts of these fierce denizens of the dead sea-bottoms even the remotest semblance of fear.
Three long-swords clashed and sparkled in the moonlight, until the great white apes, roused from their slumbers, crept to the lowering windows of the dead city to view the bloody scene beneath them.
Pickwick's short experience of the accommodations of the Great White Horse had led him to expect.
From Dodson & Fogg's it flew off at a tangent, to the very centre of the history of the queer client; and then it came back to the Great White Horse at Ipswich, with sufficient clearness to convince Mr.
The great white horse which had marched slowly down the road, as it had marched in so many processions, flew back, galloping up the road towards them as if it were mad to win a race.
And although one of the slippery little chaps manages to execute a nifty mid-air spin and escape the jaws of the Great White, the other wasn't so lucky.
The great white is one of nature's most fearsome predators.
Given the choice, even the Great White would prefer to eat a seal; men are not its favourite food.
A great white shark was reportedly seen by a 14-year-old girl off Baggy Point, North Devon.
But Rolf Williams, of the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth, said it was easy to confuse a great white with a porbeagle shark, a close relative.
Along with several other Los Angeles rock bands, the pair agreed to perform in honor of Great White guitarist Ty Longley of Northridge, who was among the scores who perished in the fire.
Subsequent chapters discuss the present Great White Shark's size (up to 21 feet long), its anatomy, physiology, and reproduction, revealing an array of fascinating facts.
The roots established quicker and networked faster when using Great White," commented one tester.
The International Game Fish Association said the biggest line-caught Great White was 1.
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