The most amazing creature on the planet is the shark, and you probably don’t know what you’re looking at.
It’s called the Great White Shark.
Its sleek, deadly face is a reminder that the Great Whale is not a mythical creature but a real living creature that lives in the sea.
But what do sharks eat?
And where does it live?
The Great White is a member of the dolphin family, which includes the bottlenose dolphin, great white, and hammerhead.
The dolphin family is the closest relatives of sharks and their food consists mainly of plankton.
But its diet is not limited to plankton: the shark is also known to eat fish and other aquatic animals, as well as mammals and even birds.
It can also consume a variety of fish, such as tuna, carp, halibut, cod, mackerel, sardines, and herring.
The shark’s diet is based on a combination of diet, water, and temperature.
The Great Whale’s diet ranges from plankton, which it eats from the ocean floor to the surface of the ocean, to fish and crustaceans, which they consume by eating on the surface.
The shark’s mouth is the largest in the animal world, and its jaws can reach up to a foot long.
The jaws are used to grab fish and prey and crush them.
Sharks also use the shark’s gill covers to breath air and regulate their temperature.
The mouth of the Great Blacktip shark, which is the biggest shark in the world, has a gaping mouth and can hold up to 40,000 pounds.
The Great White has a mouth similar to that of a fish, and it has been known to grow to an incredible size.
The whale’s teeth, though, are much smaller than those of a typical shark.
It’s estimated that around 2,000 Great Whites live in the oceans of the world.
The most notable Great White shark, however, is the Great Barrier Reef.
The reef is the most visited destination in the whole world and is home to around 40 million visitors a year.
In some areas of the reef, the Great Whites can even live up to 20 years.
It is estimated that a Great White can eat up to 50 kilograms of planktons and 30 kilograms of fish each year.
In the world’s oldest protected area in the Caribbean, the World Heritage site of the Black Bass and Great Barrier reef, it’s estimated there are more than 100 Great Whites, and a shark can eat 30 kilograms worth of fish a day.
The reefs surrounding the Great Shark’s natural habitat are very different to the ones found on land.
In many areas, the reefs are extremely remote and only reach about one kilometer from shore.
The waters are warm and the sharks are also active, so they have been known, at times, to hunt the dolphins off the coast.
But even when the Great Sharks are not feeding on fish or other aquatic life, they can still be seen hunting for other animals.
This is one of the reasons why the Great Red Spot, a common shark spotted around the world that can grow to over 10 meters in length, is considered a threat to human life.
In its natural habitat, the sharks live in a closed-off, isolated population known as the deepwater, or “bottom” of the deep ocean.
The area in which the sharks reside is known as a shoal and is not known to be populated by other animals, including other sharks.
In order to survive, the shark needs to eat a variety to get its nutrients.
The sharks main prey is squid and crabs, which feed on the animals and can consume as much as 30 kilograms (66 pounds) of food per day.
The average diet of a Great Shark is 20 kilograms (42 pounds) per day and its stomach is much larger than the stomach of a shark.
The stomach of the shark provides nutrients to the shark as well.
But the sharks food is not the only source of nutrients to it.
In order to keep itself alive, the animals need to eat plankton and fish.
In some areas, Great White sharks are known to consume up to 70 percent of the plankton in their diet.
And the Great Big Shark, a very large species of shark, is known to use the plankter to feed itself.