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phantomesharkie asked: But usually great whites will let go of us if they try to eat us, once they've taste us. They think we don't taste good, and only will try to eat you if they're very hungry or think you're a sea lion. ( also if you anger them and stuff)
That is true: in many cases the great white will bite a human in the water simply to “test” them to see if they are food. Normally, humans are not on the menu for great whites, but it is important to remember that when you enter the ocean you become a potential foodstuff (not just for great whites, but other sharks too).
ninjapastry asked: I enjoy your blog and I love your passion for sharks. If you happen to have some posts on the Greenland Shark (Sleeper Shark) I would love that. They are my favorite of all the sharks!
Thank you very much!
The Greenland shark does come up from time to time. Like this: