Answer:


The great white shark was added to the endangered list because its population has dropped due to the unregulated trade and excessive hunting.

The great white shark is the top predator of the ocean, and adults have no threats in the seas. However, humans kill a large number of white sharks every year to get their teeth and jaws for trading, their meat for eating and their fins for remedies.

 

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