Great White Shark vs Saltwater Crocodile | ANIMAL BATTLE (+Peregrine Falcon vs Goshawk winner)

Great White Shark vs Saltwater Crocodile | ANIMAL BATTLE (+Peregrine Falcon vs Goshawk winner)

A powerful bite, an incredible size, aggression
and an instinct to kill – these are the ingredients for a true apex predator and these two animals
have them all. Welcome to the 23rd episode of Animal Battle
which is definitely going to be a special one because our two competitors are so different
and yet very similar in many ways. Ladies and gentlemen, I am honored to present
to you our two competitors: The Great White Shark versus the Saltwater Crocodile. And at the end of the video, you are going
to be the one who will choose the winner of this battle voting in a poll and you will
also find out who is the winner of the previous Animal Battle between the Peregrine Falcon
and the Goshawk. Let’s do it! I am Mario and this is YouTube’s favorite
show: Animal Battle! These two animals seem to be completely different
since one is a cartilaginous fish while the other is a reptile but worry not because we
are going to compare them objectively based on the six sacred characteristics which are
Agility, Attack, Defense, Intelligence, Bonus Skill and Survival. Now I know that everybody wants to go directly
to the Attack stats and even I can’t wait to talk about them but before that, we need
to look at their Agility and Bonus skills which play a major role in hunting. So let’s go directly to agility. These predators are really fast swimmers. Saltwater crocodiles often swim in the ocean
and are well adapted for that. They can reach speeds of 24-29 km/h and can
swim for very long distances. But great whites are even faster reaching
up to 56 km/h. Being so fast both of them can jump out of
water. Great white sharks can jump to more than 3
meters and for a second their body is entirely in the air. But that’s the most that they can get out
of water because even though they can reach great depths of up to 1.2 km they can’t
go on land. This is where the Saltwater Crocodile has
an advantage as it can go on land and can run pretty fast too, although not as fast
as in water. If you are athletic enough you could outrun
a saltie on land, but you would have no chance in water. Let’s see their agility stats. They are quite impressive for such large animals
and it is hard to determine which one is better here because while the Great White can swim
faster the Crocodile has the ability to walk on land. Next, come bonus skills and surprisingly they
are fairly good here too. Saltwater crocodiles have salt glands which
allow them to swim in salty waters. They also have very sensitive snouts with
pressure receptors which can receipt any slight movement in the water. The most important body parts are their eyes
which have transparent eyelids which act like water goggles, a reflective surface on their
retina which makes their eyes shine and grants them night vision and on top of all of that
they can retract their eyes to protect them. All they need now is a good camouflage having
a dark green to grey skin and a white underbelly. But Great White sharks don’t fall short
here because they also have great day and night vision and can roll their eyes tailward
for protection. Their camouflage consists of a grey body and
a white belly. Also, Great Whites are warm-bodied which is
different from warm-blooded in that they can raise their temperature only by about 13 C
generating heat with their muscles which allows them to go into colder waters and makes their
muscles work better. But great white sharks have an ace up their
sleeves: an extra sense. Using the ampullae of Lorenzini they can detect
the electromagnetic field emitted by the movement of living animals. At a close range, great whites can even detect
the heartbeat of an animal if it stays still. And yeah, they can also sometimes form small
clans with a hierarchy similar to that of wolf packs. Now let’s see their bonus skill stats. They are fairly good and white sharks are
slightly better due to their extra sense which is very useful. Now that we have discussed their agility and
bonus skills let’s see how they use these abilities looking at their attack and defense. Their sizes are really intimidating. Great White Sharks are the 4th largest shark
species after whale sharks, basking sharks, and manta rays, but since those species only
feed on very small organisms Great Whites are actually the largest predatory fish. Female Great White Sharks are larger than
males on average reaching up to 4.9 m in length and 1110 kg. The largest females though are even bigger
reaching up to 6.1 m and more than 2 t. Saltwater crocodiles are also champions when
it comes to size, being the largest reptiles. Male salties are way larger than females reaching
up to 6 m in length and weighing up to 1000 kg. The largest one recorded measured 6.3 m in
length. And their appetite is just as big. Saltwater crocodiles have one of the strongest
bite forces in the animal kingdom. Their bite force can reach up to 3 700 psi
which is much higher than that of a lion. What is ironic is that their muscles are so
specialized for a powerful bite that the muscles that open their mouth are very weak and you
could hold their mouth if you dared to approach them. After running a simulation the bite force
of a great white is believed to be about 4000 psi but it is just theoretical and it hasn’t
been measured yet. Great white sharks can prey on fish, cetaceans
like dolphins, seals and sea lions, sea turtles, sea otters, and even sea birds. They are some of the few sharks to raise their
head above the water to look for prey. When hunting seals they can reach such big
speeds that they jump out of water catching the seal. This is a spectacular attack and really shows
the power of these sharks. When the shark bites its prey it shakes its
head side-to-side helping the teeth saw off large chunks of flesh. The saltwater crocodile has a different technique. It ambushes most of its prey quietly swimming
close to it and then pounces upward striking suddenly. Because its teeth are not made for chewing
small prey is eaten whole and large prey is drowned and then torn into pieces using the
death roll technique. They are very aggressive and territorial and
don’t leave in groups like other crocodiles, and unlike alligators or other crocodiles,
they are known to occasionally hunt on land. They can hunt a large variety of prey form
fish, amphibians, crustaceans and mollusks to wild boars, kangaroos, water buffalo, orangutans,
tigers, and even humans. Alongside Nile crocodiles, salties account
for most fatal and non-fatal attacks on humans per year. 50% of attacks on humans are deadly everywhere
except Australia where it is closer to 25% because Australians are something else. The novel “Jaws” and its film adaptation
depicted Great White Sharks as “ferocious man-eaters”. And while it is true that Great Whites are
responsible for most attacks on humans they don’t actually prefer eating humans and
no they don’t mistake humans for seals as the myth goes, but just want to taste them. Even so only 1 person dies due to shark attacks
in general per year and you have a chance of 1 in 3.7 billion of being killed by any
shark in your lifetime. This is so small that you have a higher chance
of being killed by a falling coconut so you’d better start worrying about coconuts, not
sharks. These predators don’t have many predators
of their own, saltwater crocodiles being killed only by large felids and Great Whites being
preyed upon by orcas. This is because orcas are very intelligent
and know what the weakness of great white sharks is. Orcas need to turn the great white upside
down and keep it still for some time until it suffocates. This is because sharks need to move nonstop
to breathe and this weakness can be exploited by more intelligent animals. Now let’s see their stats. They have very high attack and defense stats
which is not a surprise seeing how powerful and ferocious they are. There is not a lot to be said about their
intelligence because even though they are predators they can’t be compared to mammal
predators when it comes to intelligence. Still, saltwater crocodiles are capable of
learning difficult tasks with very little conditioning, learning to track the migratory
route of their prey as the seasons change. That being said let’s see the stats. These stats are not that impressive but I
guess you can’t have everything. And lastly, we will talk about survival stats
which are important because there is no point in having high stats if the species is going
extinct. Great White sharks are listed as a vulnerable
species even though their exact population is unknown. A myth that Great White sharks don’t get
cancer made people hunt them for their fins to make shark fin soups. But it is not true and great whites do actually
get cancer so there is really no point in doing such a despicable thing. Here I go busting myths again. You’re welcome. Saltwater crocodiles are fortunately listed
as a least concerned species. The female usually lays 40-60 eggs and will
guard them, carry the hatchlings to water and care for the young for several months. Still, only 1% of them will usually survive
to adulthood but the ones who survive have a life expectancy from 70 to 100 years. Great White Sharks are ovoviviparous which
means that the eggs develop and hatch inside the female’s body and then she will give
birth to alive baby sharks. The great whites also have a high life expectancy
of over 70 years. Now let’s see their final stats. These two predators are truly powerful but
the question remains: Who is the winner? It is all up to you because you can vote the
winner in the poll right there, and leave your opinions in the comments down below. And why don’t you subscribe to this channel
for more amazing videos and help Spike achieve his goal of beating both pewdiepie and tseries. Now is the time to announce the winner of
the last Animal Battle between the Peregrine falcon and the Goshawk. So, after counting all the votes, the winner
is… the Peregrine Falcon – the fastest animal in the world. If you wanted the Goshawk to win don’t be
upset because here, on M from aniMals we love and respect all animals. So, once again, don’t forget to vote the
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100 thoughts on “Great White Shark vs Saltwater Crocodile | ANIMAL BATTLE (+Peregrine Falcon vs Goshawk winner)

  1. It is actually true that sharks mistake humans for seals, its just usually it's with surf boards and not the human itself

  2. Crocodiles, alligators, caimans, and gharials are highly intelligent. For example, crocodiles swim around schools of fish trapping them in a bait ball like dolphins do, then they take turns darting through the ball and catching the fish. In one case, a huge saltwater crocodile scared a pig into running off a trail and into a lagoon where 2 younger crocodiles were waiting in ambush, which seem like teamwork in hunting like wolves. They have larger brains for their size then most reptiles and very good memories.

  3. sharks have weak bite force … cant stand that 4k psi bs the stromngest bite force ever recordered was around 500 psi

  4. I'm confused as to why you mentioned that the shark can detect electromagnetic movements in the water, but didnt mention anything about the crocodile having pressure sensors on their jaws to help them detect movement in the water as well.

  5. The winner is the Saltwater Crocodile. They can adapt very well to any environment as long as there is water. They have been known to take on and kill bull sharks, and possibly eat them at times. There was a sighting for the 3-legged Saltwater Crocodile, Brutus (he lost his left or right front leg to a bull shark earlier in his life), there was a sighting of him attacking a Bull Shark, bringing it to land for it to suffocate and bringing it back into the water and finding a place to eat it. Saltwater Crocodiles can survive without one of their limbs. Sharks can't survive without any of their fins. Saltwater Crocodiles also have the strongest bite force in the animal kingdom. Their bite force is that of between 2000 to 4000 psi on average. The largest recording one was, 7700 psi. Largest recording Great White bite force was 669 psi. Crocodiles are also somewhat smarter as they are good at figuring out their prey's or enemies' weaknesses. Shark may be a faster swimmer and have the teeth but it doesn't have the bite to make it count. All the Saltwater Crocodile has to do is rip off one of the fins (left or right) to prevent the shark to be able to move well. And then come back to rip off the dorsal fin which will flip the shark upside down. Then the crocodile only has to hold the shark in place or let the shark stay there and the Great white will drown. Saltwater Crocodile all the way.

  6. Great white sharks eat fish, dolphins ,birds, seals, sea lions, sharks and whales. Males are larger than females males lengt 4 – 8,7 meter females 3-6,4 meter males weight 850 –
    6 100 kg females 700 – 3 800 kg the largest lenght 9,9 meter weight 7120 kg .and are 70 km/h fast swim up 70 meters can swim 1 km .Male saltwater crocodile lenght 5-7 meters females 3-5 meters males weight 400 – 5 000 kg females 300 – 1 000 kg run 20 km/h up 30 meters can run up 90 meters swim 40 km/h up 10 meters can swim 3 km in one day.

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  9. The croc slings throw the water the croc quickly gets air / the shark bites on the side of the croc shakes it to pieces !!!

  10. A VINTO LO SQUALO🦈🦈🦈🦈🦈

  11. Can we do the Megalodon versus the T-Rex and in the next battle you can do the T-Rex versus d Mosasaurus and can you do that dinosaur battles because I love dinosaurs and I like dinosaurs I like it with dinosaurs fight dinosaurs are my favorite please please please please please sit the next battles please make dinosaur videos because I love those pretty please

  12. Both are☠️ so this going to be even but🦈 stays in the 🌊 but if the 🦈 overpoweres the 🐊 it can go on land.

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