great white shark


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Related to great white shark: hammerhead shark, mako shark, tiger shark
  • noun

Synonyms for great white shark

large aggressive shark widespread in warm seas

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I turned my head and was face-to-jaws with a 16-foot-long great white shark.
My little secret is obviously that I just try and imagine I'm in the ocean and I've got a 4 1/2-meter great white shark at my feet," Hassiem told the AP.
65 deaths and 242 non-fatal attacks by great white sharks have been recorded worldwide since 1876.
The attack led to calls by the Western Australia state government for protected status to be lifted from great white sharks.
Beachgoers on Cape Cod in Massachusetts endured a close call with a great white shark on Saturday, as the man-eating machine was spotted shadowing a kayaker about 100 to 150 yards from shore.
The great white shark that starred in Jaws made us all think twice about going back into the water.
Three years ago he saw a 12-foot great white shark about 50 feet from the boat.
OTCBB:GPSN)(FWB:252179), a leading innovator of Wi-Fi wireless and GPS-enabled multimedia communications and management solutions for golf facilities, resorts, sporting events and residential communities, today announced that Greg Norman's Great White Shark Enterprises has committed to financing of $3 million in GPS Industries (GPSI) The announcement was made by Robert Silzer, Sr.
During a routine flight above the waters, hunter George Breen spotted a deadly intruder -- a 16 foot great white shark.
The logo for Shark Reef - which is just behind the tropical-themed hotel's wave pool and not too many steps from the casino - features a great white shark that appears to be opening its chompers for the latest attractive young woman served up by Steven Spielberg.
In Majesco's Jaws, players assume the role of a Great White shark driven to a predacious frenzy by the sonic emanations of underwater oil drilling equipment.
Photo: (1 -- 2) A great white shark trolls for prey, while an alligator attacks, raising the question: Could you survive?
The 2004 Great White Shark Research Expedition sponsored by the American Institute of Marine Studies (AIMS) and led by Neil Hammerschlag will take place in South Africa June 16-29, 2004.
Robert De Niro is Don Lino, a great white shark at the top of the reef's food chain.