Great white sharks live in many coastal temperate and warm waters, rich in food. They occur almost along the entire eastern and western coasts of North America, as well as in the waters of the nearby islands (Cuba, the Bahamas and others).
In the US, the “Red Triangle” is especially famous – a small stretch of coast near San Francisco, where hundreds of large white sharks come in summer. Also sharks of this species live in the waters of Australia (except the northern coast), New Zealand and South Africa. Their habitat ranges from France to Mauritania, including the Mediterranean Sea.
In the east of Eurasia: from the Far East (Russia) to the southern borders of China. Also, large white sharks live along virtually the entire eastern coast of South America, they meet from the west coast from Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) to the southern borders of Argentina.