How do sharks find their food?
Sharks are provided with several extraordinary senses that help them find their prey.
This developed and accurate senses has made them very successful for 400 million years.
Usually they use their electrosense system to find prey from long distances.
Then when they are close, smell, hearing and visual senses are used for verifying that the prey is fine for food.
Great White Sharks can smell blood from 1kilometre off, now that's scary!