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Like all other Sharks, the White Shark’s Skeleton is cartilaginous, allowing for great flexibility. Having a mostly cartilage skeleton, these sharks can turn and snap very easily. The Great White is Torpedo shaped, and has normal assortment of dorsal, anal, and paired Fins. It is usually 3 1/2 to 5 meters long.
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