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Typical behavior for Great White Sharks when they meet each other. Typically when they don’t know the other shark, they swim parallel to see who’s bigger in order to establish their hierarchy.
If that doesn’t settle it, one usually bites the other. That, along with mating, is the main reason we see scars on most adult white sharks.
Male great white shark Geoff Nuttall (yes, that's the shark's name) sustained a minor injury around his right nostril at some point during the day that this shot was taken. It looks like something scratched him along the snout. Earlier in the day he didn't have the injury.
While August through November is generally considered "shark season" at Guadalupe, that doesn't mean that all the sharks hightail it away from the island in December.
Female shark Gianna (seen here) just reported a ping from her tracking tag at Guadalupe yesterday, indicating that she is still in the area.
Last year, she made a couple of early trips to the island in the summer, but she didn't stick around long on those occasions, before finally returning for an extended stay.