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Underwater Great White Shark Wall Decal
In South Africa, great white sharks patrol the worlds most dangerous waters called Shark Alley hunting seals. Great white sharks hunting is one of the most awesome displays of predatory behavior.

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Underwater Great White Shark Wall Decal

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Great white sharks roam the world's seas, searching for prey. We now know that they cover vast distances, moving in open water from continent to continent
When great white sharks are hungry and aroused, they will perform spectacular feats. Leaping right out of the water is quite common for these huge predators
In open water, an approaching great white shark looks very much like a torpedo with teeth.