Likely what most people on Earth and on Terrace think of when they hear “shark”, the Great White Shark therefore probably needs no introduction.
Preceded by the fearsome reputation found in fictional portrayals, Great Whites are generally held to be remorseless maneaters. In truth, while Great White are responsible for the largest number of recorded attacks on humans, humans are not, in fact, suitable prey for Great Whites.
Unfortunately for us, the only way they can determine this is by biting.
On Earth, Great White Sharks fare poorly in captivity (and have a nasty habit of ramming the glass of their tanks) and no aquarium has ever housed one for more than 11 days. On Terrace, aquaria have yet to really take off. Or exist, for that matter…