Video shows a ‘half-eaten’ zombie shark still searching for prey

He’s half the shark he used to be, yet he’s still hungry.

A scientist has captured bloody footage of a shark searching for prey despite losing much of its body. The missing hunk was eaten in an act of cannibal shark, according to the scientist, who saw it closely.

“Sharks eat sharks, that’s a known thing, but it’s very difficult to photograph and document,” Dr. Mario Liberato, 35 years old he told the sun.

The accident happened to Liberato and his team off the coast of Spain after they released an oceanic black-headed shark into the sea. Shortly after the creature was freed, a group of predators descended upon it – including bull sharks.

The underwater carnivorous gang brutally attacked the black tip, ripping off a massive portion of its side. However, despite losing a large part of himself, Blacktip continued to swim in front of Lebrato and his team for 20 minutes. Then he died of his injuries.

A scientist has captured bloody footage of a shark searching for prey despite losing much of its body.
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Some scientists believe that shark attacks on sharks are increasing as a result of killers’ concern about nets and hook lines that humans spread to keep people safe from attacks. Once attached to the hook, the sharks send out distress signals, making them easy targets for hungry and healthy sharks, according to Professor Mark Meekan of the Australian Institute of Oceanography.

“It’s not just a rogue shark that attacks other sharks or even one type of shark that attacks other sharks. It’s many different sharks turning on each other,” Mikan said of the nature of shark attacks, noting that 2019 photos From a fight between great white sharks.

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The missing hunk was eaten in a shark cannibal act on the shark, according to the scientist.
The missing hunk was eaten in a shark cannibal act on the shark, according to the scientist.
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Humans are by no means the only reason sharks fight each other, although the trait is evolutionarily ingrained in them.

“Shark predation is an essential trait,” Mikan said. “Three hundred million years ago these sharks were cannibals.”

Olga Dmitrieva

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