Meet the “God of War,” the Great White Shark, whose skin is full of scars. (Video Included)

A giant shark was found with scars and bite marks all over its body. This is because it had been fighting for years. A Great White Shark can get as long as 20 feet and weigh as much as 2.5 tons.

This Great White Shark was found in South Australia near the Neptune Islands. It was 11 years old. Dean Sprackman, who is a photographer, caught it on film.

About 1000 Great White Sharks are living there right now.

Scars from old injuries could be seen on this large predator’s skin, but there are many questions about the scars. No one had ever seen a white shark in such bad shape before.

They thought the shark might have been hurt by the boats’ propellers or by getting stuck in tuna cages in the area. But he has deep wounds that will leave scars for a long time.

Also, it is said to have gone to a shallow reef and got stuck in a sharp place because it was hunting or being chased.

But Yannis Papastamatiou, a National Geographic research professor, says that the scars are caused by dominant interactions between sharks and the seals they eat. A Great White Shark can get as long as 20 feet and weigh as much as 2.5 tons.

Dean Sprackman says that the Great White Shark is friendly and calm. even though its scarred body makes it look fierce and angry.

The beaches of Australia, California, and South Africa are some of the best-known places in the world to see great white sharks. Also, you can find them in the Mediterranean Sea.

According To, Lexnau

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