Great white sharks must swim constantly or they will sink.
Great white sharks are able to jump into the air from deep water in order to catch fast-swimming seals.
Scientists estimate that after a big meal, a great white shark can last up to three months before needing another one.
A great white shark may use and lose more than 1,000 teeth in its lifetime.
Great white sharks have about 3,000 teeth in their mouths at any given time.
Great white sharks can detect one drop of blood in 25 gallons of water and can sense even tiny amounts of blood in the water up to 3 miles away.