Chilling Montage Of A Shark Bitten By A Giant Great White Shark

AnimalWirePublished: July 12, 20161,002,420 views
Published: July 12, 2016

A Great White Shark was bitten in half by a Giant Great White Shark in the waters off Stradbroke island in Australia. The size of the attacking Great White shark is not exactly known, but experts believe it is around 20 feet.

Raw footages of sea life can be really horrifying on times, and this is exactly such video! Brace yourselves, as you're about to witness a scary situation when a shark is bitten by another great white shark, whose size is yet to be determined.

When fishermen and divers pull it out of the sea, they can't believe their eyes! As they witness the horrible scene of this shark's injured body, they can't help but notice that there has been a huge battle underwater. The smaller shark, known to have been around 10 feet long, was vulnerable to the attack, since it had been caught in a drumline.

Experts on the other hand believe that in order to cause such damage, the shark that made the bite had to have been around the maximum length known for the species, which is around 20 feet.

Great Whites do not attack each other, although there have been recorded acts of cannibalism. Usually non-lethal displays of violence are enough to settle most disputes between individuals. The fact that the smaller one was bound and unable to respond properly to the other’s attacks probably played a crucial part in the event.

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      mx79 · 30 weeks ago

      Rather than cordoning off areas of water, and/or hooking sharks just because they occasinally attack people, how about people stay the fuck out water where sharks are known to fucking swim?!? It's not goddamn rocket science. Logic. It exists for a reason.

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      starzfan31 · 29 weeks ago

      Love how the sharks have to suffer because humans want to be in their home.