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Sharks - Free Sample

Sharks up to 8 Meters in Length In 2001, utilizing sophisticated technology, the Italian shark specialist Alessandro de Maddalena analyzed photos of the largest great white sharks caught, coming to the conclusion that this spe-cies will grow to a length of 6.4 to 6.6 meters. It is assumed that much larger great white sharks cross through the Pacific, however: Bite marks on whale cadavers in Australian waters allow the respectable shark researcher John E. Randall to assume that great white sharks with a length of 7.8 meters or even 8 meters "still exist today". But what is the benefit of this information? The tallest man was Robert P. Wadlow. When he died in Illinois at the age of 22 in 1940, his height was measured at 2.72 meters. The heaviest man yet was Jon Brower Minnoch (USA, 1941-83). His highest measured weight was 635 kg. The French citizen Jeanne-Louise Calment, who died at the age of 122 in 1997, is regarded as the oldest per-son. Will people weigh more than half a ton, grow nearly three meters tall and live to see 120? Great White Shark


Sharks - Free Sample
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