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The Great White Sharks are fish in Additional Creatures.

Great White Shark in original mod prior to TLC

Great White Shark TLC Original Model

Synopsis

The most feared predator of the modern ocean also swims the seas of Arks. A powerful predator, it uses its size and aggression to secure its prey, closing in on the sent of death from miles around. Tamed, it makes an excellent ocean fighter for anybody who could get one.

Color Regions

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Great White Sharks lack color regions, so they all look like the individual above.

Base Stats, Controls, and Abilities

Attribute Base Stat
Health 500
Stamina 380
Food 1150
Weight 500
Melee Damage 210%
Movement Speed 100%
Torpidity 700

Left Click - Bite

45 Base Damage - Inflicts Bleed

Right Click - Grab

45 Base Damage - Drains Stamina - Grabs Smaller Creatures

C - Taunt

X - Electroreception

Infrared Vision

Great White Sharks can be lured through a mechanic called chumming. Chumming is the tactic of dropping dead bodies into the water, which lures certain aquatic creatures from vast distances. Great White Sharks are the ambassador of this mechanic, but it also works just as well on Eastmanosteus and Great Hammerhead Sharks. It also works on Anomalocaris but it is not as effective.

Great White Sharks are immune to jellyfish stings.

Notes/Trivia

  • Great White Sharks, although artificially similar to megalodon, are not closely related. Megalodons are megatooth sharks while Great White Sharks are a species of mako shark.
  • The Great White Shark used to be in the original Additional Creatures mod before receiving a TLC and being moved to Additional Creatures: Aquaria. It was originally going to be in Additional Creatures 2: Wild ARK instead of Aquaria, but this was later changed. The original creature was very fast and had a slim body, making it more reminiscent of a mako shark rather than a great white. In the TLC this was greatly adjusted, having a bulkier body and focusing more on killing and chomping on victims, like an actual white shark, rather than being a hit-and-run speed hunter. The great white shark is planned to receive a second TLC in the future.
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