[Predator vs. Prey] Great white shark diet surprises scientists

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From Phys.org:

Mr Grainger said that marine mammals, other sharks and cephalopods (squid and cuttlefish) were eaten less frequently. "The hunting of bigger prey, ...

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From Express.co.uk:

Other sharks and cephalopods - squid and cuttlefish - were eaten less frequently. Mr Grainger said: "The hunting of bigger prey, including other sharks ...

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From Newsweek:

... prey and animals that were eaten infrequently, such as marine mammals, other sharks and cephalopods—a group containing squid and cuttlefish.

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From Science Times:

He adds that underwater mammals, other sharks, squid, and cuttlefish were eaten less frequently by sharks. Furthermore, the scientists also found that ...

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