Great White Shark || CollectA


Unleash the awe-inspiring power of the ocean with the incredible Great White Shark Figurine by CollectA, now available at Sticks & Stones Education, your ultimate destination for educational toys. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this lifelike figurine captures the sheer magnificence of one of the ocean's most fearsome predators.

Expertly crafted from durable materials, this figurine withstands the adventures of young explorers while retaining its exquisite appearance. From its razor-sharp teeth to its sleek, streamlined body and haunting black eyes, every detail embodies the strength and grace of the great white shark.

Whether used as an educational tool, a captivating centerpiece in a marine-themed display, or a catalyst for imaginative underwater adventures, the CollectA Great White Shark Figurine promises to inspire curiosity and excitement in children of all ages. Dive into the depths of the ocean and bring home the thrill of the great white shark with this stunning piece from CollectA, at Sticks & Stones Education.

Check out the rest of our ocean and marine collection of CollectA figurines. 


  • CollectA Great White Shark
  • Size : 20.4cm x 9.5cm
  • Suitable for ages 3+
  • Made from PVC,
  • Painted with non-toxic acrylic paints.

Fun Facts about Great White Sharks: 

Great white sharks are fascinating creatures with many interesting traits. Here are some fun facts about them:

Apex Predators: Great white sharks are apex predators, meaning they are at the top of the marine food chain. They have no natural predators and are known for their formidable hunting abilities.

Size and Strength: Great white sharks are one of the largest predatory sharks in the world, with adults reaching lengths of up to 20 feet (6 meters) and weights of over 2,000 pounds (900 kilograms). They are incredibly strong and can swim at speeds of up to 25 miles per hour (40 kilometers per hour).

Distinctive Appearance: Great white sharks have a distinctive torpedo-shaped body with a grayish-blue dorsal surface and a white underside. They have rows of serrated teeth that are continuously replaced throughout their lifetime.

Global Distribution: Great white sharks are found in coastal waters around the world, primarily in temperate and subtropical regions. They inhabit a wide range of habitats, including coastal shelves, rocky reefs, and offshore islands.

Feeding Habits: Great white sharks are carnivorous and feed on a variety of prey, including fish, seals, sea lions, dolphins, and even other sharks. They use a hunting technique known as "ambush predation," where they surprise their prey from below and inflict a powerful bite.

Migration Patterns: Great white sharks are known to undertake long-distance migrations between feeding and breeding grounds. Some populations migrate thousands of miles each year, following seasonal changes in water temperature and prey abundance.

Social Behavior: Great white sharks are typically solitary animals, but they may gather in aggregations at certain times of the year, such as during mating or when feeding on large prey concentrations.

Thermoregulation: Great white sharks are capable of maintaining their body temperature higher than the surrounding water, a trait known as regional endothermy. This adaptation allows them to thrive in a wide range of ocean temperatures.

Conservation Status: Great white sharks are listed as "Vulnerable" by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) due to threats such as overfishing, habitat loss, and accidental capture in fishing gear. Conservation efforts are underway to protect these iconic predators and their marine habitats.

Cultural Significance: Great white sharks have captured the imagination of people around the world and are often portrayed in popular culture, including movies, books, and documentaries. They are also a popular subject for ecotourism activities such as shark diving expeditions.