The White Pointers are not known to have natural Predators, but Killer Whales do eat the livers of Great White Sharks and have affected the Shark Cage Diving industry in Cape Town and Gansbaai before, with 2 Rogue Killer Whales known as Starboard and Port. These are 2 very old Killer Whales that may have been rejected by its original family and went rogue and found a food source here in Cape Town and Gansbaai. The Fisherman gave them this name due to the way the 2 Killer Whales Dorsal Fin, was pointing towards each other when swimming together.
The White Shark is the worlds biggest extant macropredatory fish and one of the many primary predators of marine mammals. They also prey on fish and seabirds. Great Whites are also responsible for the most recorded human bite accidents than any other shark.
The White Pointer is facing a lot of ecological challenges which has resulted in the Great White Shark receiving international Protection and is listed by the International Union for Conservation of Nature as a vulnerable species.
Unfortunately, the novel Jaws by Peter Benchley a the film produced by Steven Spielberg has given the Great White Shark a bad name as a 'Ferocious Man Eater'. Humans are DEFINITELY NOT their preferred prey. But due to their curious nature, they are responsible for the largest amount for reported unprovoked fatal Shark Attacks on humans.