It's surprising because a lot of animals
migrate during the year and scientists still do
not know everything about these migration
patterns. The migration area of great white sharks
is along the Eastern Pacific coast in California
(mostly San Francisco area and southern
California) and Mexico and in Hawaii. They migrate
for months, and it's hard to say exactly what
their migration patterns are. A lot of it probably
has to do with mating. The reason it is not for
food is that the sharks can adapt to a wide range
of temperatures which means they can catch their
prey from any ecological niche.
Also, the great white sharks in different parts
of the world have different migration patterns.
Scientists are still trying to get concrete
information about the migration patterns and the
reasons for it.
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