Deadliness Under The Sea
The Splash of Crime
Did you know that the killer whale has really thorny teeth that are 4 inches long? The great white shark also has very spiny teeth, but they are not as long as the killer whale’s teeth. The killer whale is also at the tippy top of the food chain, so it’s an excellent hunter. This also means it has no known enemies. If a great white shark and the killer whale were to get into a deadly fight, the killer whale would definitely crush the great white shark. The killer whale’s size and bones, in addition to its sharp teeth, give it a huge advantage over the great white shark.
The Fight of Doom
The great white shark it to easy to beat.
The match up
They are ready to kill.
The Killer Whale
The killer whale is pumped to fight.
The Big Bad Bull
The Smash of Pain
The killer whale has massive bones which the great white shark does not have. When the great white shark and the killer whale go at each other, the killer whale would smash the great white shark with its enormous body. The killer whale’s body is massive and stiff because of its bones and muscles. It is loaded like the Hulk. The great white shark will not feel like the muscular whale. Instead, it will feel like a blob of cartilage. The shark’s cartilage is not hard, so it does not affect the whale at all. I definitely believe that can be really good for the killer whale because it can take the pain better than a shark can.
The Death of a Shark
In conclusion, the killer whale would cream the great white shark with all its advantages. Since the killer whale has giant bones and a bigger body than the great white shark, it will dominate the shark in a fight. It will hurt the shark with its power and strength and the shark will give up. Hands down, the killer whale would demolish the great white shark.