What This ‘Monster’ Shark Did Off Australian Coast Will Freak You Out. This Is Disturbing…

While the 1975 film Jaws had us already wary of the ocean with the title character being a killer Great White Shark, apparently even these predators have a reason to fear their breed. This discovery will have you second guess your next dip! Just off of North Stradbroke Island in Queensland Australia, a three meter Great White Shark was found caught in a drum line. The shark was found with two huge bites in it by what could only be a bigger Great White Shark! With two giant bites on each side of the shark, the shark carcass was almost torn in two. With the shark that was caught already being that of a substantial fish, the Great White that bit in would have to have been twice the size. Hugh Edwards, a shark expert, stated, ‘That cannibal thing is what Great Whites do, they’ll eat anything, including their own kind.’ He also suggests that it would not be sensible to swim in that area as the monster shark could still be lurking.

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