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Meet the Great White Shark, the “God of War” with its heavily scarred skin! (With Video)

A giant shark was found with bites and scars all over its body as a result of years of relentless battles.

A great white shark can grow up to 20 feet long and weigh 2.5 tons.

This 11-year-old great white shark was found near the Neptune Islands in South Australia. It was caught on camera by photographer Dean Sprackman.

Currently, there are about 1000 great white sharks living there.

The skin of this large predator could be seen with old wound marks and there are many doubts about the scars. That’s because no one had ever seen a white shark so badly injured before.

They speculated that the shark may have been injured by the boats’ propellers or by getting stuck in tuna cages in the area. However, he has deep and long scarring wounds.

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

However, National Geographic Research Professor Yannis Papastamatiou says the scars are the result of dominant interactions between sharks or their prey, seals. A great white shark can grow up to 20 feet long and weigh 2.5 tons.

With the scarred body of the ‘God of Ocean War’, he looks a bit fierce and belligerent, but Dean Sprackman says the great white shark is actually friendly and calm.

Some of the more famous places in the world for great white sharks include the beaches of Australia, California and South Africa. In addition, they are also found in the Mediterranean Sea.

Video – YouTube

According to, Lexnau

(Photo right to original owner)

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