What is the main diet of the great white shark?

Asked Dec 29, 2009
The main diet of sharks would have to be other fish seals and sea mammals
Answered Dec 30, 2009
The white shark preys upon a variety of fishes and marine mammals. Fish such as salmon, hake, halibut, mackerel and tunas are common prey, as are marine mammals such as harbor porpoises and harbor seals. However whites also eat other sharks, sea turtles and seabirds. They may also feed upon blubber from dead whale carcasses. Examination of the stomach contents of one great white caught off Deer Island, New Brunswick revealed three porpoises within it.
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Answered Dec 29, 2009
It depends on where in the world the shark is. Most Great White Sharks eat many different types of fish. One of there favorite meals/snacks are seals. This is one of the main reasons people are attacked by great white sharks, because they may have a shadow that resembles a seal to the shark.
Answered Jan 05, 2010
Marine mammals and fish make up most of the great white shark's diet. In addition to dining on seal family members including sea lions and elephant seals, the great white preys on dolphins, sea turtles, rays and other sharks.
Answered Jul 30, 2021

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