Great White Sharks are highly renowned for their aggressiveness and popularity of their attacks on humans. The scientific name of the Great White Shark is Carcharodon carcharias. These predators belong to the family Lamnidae and Genus Carcharodon.
These giants are the largest predatory fishes on the planet and attacks around 100 people every year. These fishes are found in the coastal surface waters of almost all major oceans.
The color of the Great White Sharks is slate grey on the upper part of their body while their underbellies are white.
The Great White Sharks excel in smelling prey and even have organs that can sense tiny electromagnetic fields generated by animals.