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Great white shark
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Transatlantic great white 'pregnant'
The first great white shark seen to cross the Atlantic may be pregnant, the head of the expedition tracking her says.
Great white shark's epic ocean trek
A great white is about to make history as the first of its species to be seen crossing from one side of the Atlantic to the other.
Great whites 'live for 70 years'
One of the ocean's great predators - the great white shark - lives significantly longer than was previously thought, with animals capable of getting into their 70s.
Great whites 'not from megashark'
A new fossil discovery has helped quell 150 years of debate over the origin of great white sharks.
Australia shark attacks: Would cull work?
What is behind the recent cluster of fatal shark attacks in Western Australia, and would lifting a ban on shark fishing make any difference?
Great white sharks 'could be in British waters'
Great white sharks could be "occasional vagrant visitors" to waters around the British Isles, according to an expert.
Great white's weakness revealed
Adolescent great white sharks' jaws are not strong enough to bite through large prey, according to scientists.
Wrong turn brought sharks to Med
Great white sharks arrived in the Mediterranean all the way from Australia after a "wrong turn", a study of their DNA suggests.
Great whites 'plan' seal attacks
Great white sharks do not aimlessly wander the ocean waiting to stumble upon their next meal.
Testing the Great White's bite
Enrico Gennari from the South Africa Marine Predator Lab demonstrates how his team measure the strength of a Great White shark's bite.