Have you ever wanted to name a Great White shark? Here's your chance

GANSBAAI, SOUTH AFRICA - OCTOBER 19:  A Great White Shark is attracted by a lure in the shape of a baby seal on the 'Shark Lady Adventure Tour' on October 19, 2009 in Gansbaai, South Africa. The lure, usually a tuna head, is attached to a buoy and thrown into the water in front of the cage with the divers. The waters off Gansbaai are the best place in the world to see Great White Sharks, due to the abundance of prey such as seals and penguins which live and breed on Dyer Island, which lies 8km from the mainland.  (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

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GANSBAAI, SOUTH AFRICA - OCTOBER 19: A Great White Shark is attracted by a lure in the shape of a baby seal on the 'Shark Lady Adventure Tour' on October 19, 2009 in Gansbaai, South Africa. The lure, usually a tuna head, is attached to a buoy and thrown into the water in front of the cage with the divers. The waters off Gansbaai are the best place in the world to see Great White Sharks, due to the abundance of prey such as seals and penguins which live and breed on Dyer Island, which lies 8km from the mainland. (Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images)

Have you ever wanted to name a Great White shark? Thanks to the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy you now have a chance!

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The Atlantic White Shark Conservancy announced on Twitter Friday that anyone who donates $10 or more to the organization by the end of June will be in a drawing to name a white shark.

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The Atlantic White Shark Conservancy is a nonprofit that is committed to raising awareness of white sharks. They support the research, safety, education and conservation, according to its website.

For more information about the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy, click here.

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