Warning: this is pretty rough to watch, but also crazy fascinating. Check out this great white shark take a huge chunk out of a rival great white down in Australia. Per YouTube...
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“A 12-foot long great white shark is nearly sliced in half after fighting with another great white in gruesome scenes from a new documentary. It also has deep wounds and scratches along the bottom half of its body. The film investigates rising reports of sharks preying on their own kind, and includes shocking footage of two great whites battling in the ocean around Australia’s Gold Coast.”

Filed Under: Fishing
Originally published on TigerDroppings.com

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19 Comments
That shark is racist!
Reply6 months
Hey Misses Brody we haven't seen anything we caught a couple of stripers were bringing em home for dinner we wont be long.
Reply6 months
“You’re gonna need a bigger shark. “ - Sheriff Brody
Reply6 months
All this machine does is swim, and eat, and make little sharks.
Reply6 months
That’s a 20 footer...
Reply6 months
25. 3 tons on ‘em.
6 months
Farewell and adieu to you fair Spanish ladies........
6 months
Title should be Great White Shark Mutilated by Greater White Shark.
Reply6 months
Bigger Jaws
6 months
Damn
Reply6 months
You leave the boat, you enter the food chain!
Reply6 months
Gonna need a bigger boat
Reply6 months
I knew someone would say it!
6 months
Next! On the Animal Violence Channel...
Reply6 months
White on white crime...when will it end
Reply6 months
Great Whites have a strict hierarchy according to size. Looks like the smaller one was actually trying to take on the larger shark and paid the price. Maybe the smaller one was suffering from starvation.
Reply6 months
Know what’s gruesome, Larry? Your fricking grammar and spelling errors.
Reply6 months
lol
6 months
I'd like to see the great white try that on an orca.
Reply6 months
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