Great White SharkCarcharodon carcharias
Temperate oceans of the world.
The great white shark has a conical rather than a flattened snout, black eyes, and large, serrated, arrow-shaped teeth. The upper and lower lobes of the tail are almost equal in size, and the body is blue- or brown-grey, not white, except on the underside. They eat seals, fish, other sharks, carrion, and just about anything else it can manage to swallow.
Killed for food and sport, its rows of teeth used as a trophy.