The great white shark is the largest predatory fish in the world.
No other animal has such a powerful bite as it does. The tiger shark cannot grip as firmly, but eats everything that comes in front of its snout. Its wide, angular body and dark stripes are its "trademarks". In contrast, the blue shark has a long, pointed snout and a slender, torpedo-shaped body. It mainly hunts in large packs. The white shark and the tiger shark are "apex predators" ( "praedator" = Latin for "plunderer"). This is what predators are called when they have no natural enemies in their habitat.
Fun Fact: The great white shark, the blue shark, and the tiger shark are among the most dangerous sharks in the world.