'Cannibal sharks': 'Half-eaten' zombie shark still hunts for prey in video

'Cannibal sharks': 'Half-eaten' zombie shark still hunts for prey in video

He’s half the shark he used to be, yet still hungry. A scientist has captured gory footage of a shark on the hunt for prey despite missing a significant chunk of its body. The missing hunk was eaten in an act of shark-on-shark cannibalism, according to the scientist, who saw it firsthand. “Sharks eat sharks, that is well known, but it is super difficult to film and document,” Dr. Mario Lebrato, 35, told the Sun. The incident unfolded in front of Lebrato and his team off the coast of Spain after they released an oceanic blacktip shark back into the sea. Shortly after freeing the creature, a group of fellow predators — including bull sharks — descended upon it. The gang of underwater carnivores brutally attacked the blacktip, ripping away …
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