The great white shark! The liver of a great white is about 1/3 the of their total body weight. The amazing function of the sharks liver is that it is buoyant and compensates for the fact that sharks don't have swim bladders. The end result is that they are only slightly heavier than water, thus enabling them to glide with little effort.
This article, ‘Great White Shark’ provides information about the size, habitat, life cycle, diet and behaviour of the great white shark. It provides a detailed Fact File of statistics and also displays illustrations and photographs in full colour of the shark’s appearance and behaviour. Includes a map of migration. For this 2 page download, visit http://lessonzone.com.au/great-white-shark/