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Great White Sharks - Good Luck Minis®

SKU 344322

  • 192 Pieces Per Bag. Only Available in Bulk Purchase.
  • Great White Sharks range throughout the world’s oceans, but they are most prevalent in warmer waters. They grow to nearly 20 feet long, which adds to the sometimes negative publicity they receive. As apex predators, they are essential to their ecosystems.
  • Scientific Name: Carcharodon carcharias
  • Characteristics: Mouth open wide, these mini Great White Sharks are ready to take a bite. Let them swim into your ocean diorama or art project, use them as charms or giveaways for sports teams, or share them as wedding or party favors.
  • Size and Color: True to life, these Great White Shark minis are grey on top with a white underside. A splash of pink and white completes the realism of the head. They are about the length of a paperclip.
  • Great White Sharks are part of the Good Luck Minis® collection
  • All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free
  • History

    Sharks are considered Threatened because of the many challenges they face in the wild. Although data show they are not the vicious killers of Hollywood fame, old prejudices remain. Because of their near-legend status thanks to their size and fame, one of the greatest threats faced by Great Whites is illegal poaching for black market collectors. Their fins and teeth are prized and fetch hefty sums even though they are protected in many areas. Another challenge faced by these important predators is sensationalism in the media whenever a shark attack occurs. Although humans are far more dangerous to sharks than vice versa, the occasional shark attack gains international attention and harms the Great White’s image.

    • Recommended Age: 5+
    • Size in cm: 3.94 L x 20.25 W x 25.5 H
    • Size in inches: 1.55 L x 7.97 W x 10.04 H
    • UPC: 095866344306
    The white shark is blamed for more attacks on humans than any other shark, but research shows that most human victims are quickly released.