Where are great white sharks found in Canada?
The white shark is rare to be seen in Canadian waters. But every 2-3 years someone or the other will report or capture the big fish. Reports say they have been found swimming in the southwest/eastern of Nova Scotia, southern Newfoundland, and in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
Where are Great White Sharks found in other countries around the world?
Great white sharks can be found in many places throughout the world. In the map above, the shaded places are where Great White Sharks have been reported to be found. They can be found on the following coastlines/countries: California to Alaska, the east coast of the USA, most of the Gulf coast, Hawaii, most of South America, South Africa, Australia (except the north coast), New Zealand, Mediterranean Sea, West Africa to Scandinavia, Japan, and the eastern coastline of China to Russia.