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Something Ate This Shark... But What?

  • Nwomaster
  • uploaded: Jun 7, 2014
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  • SFSK8rGrrl#

    SFSK8rGrrl June 9, 2014 10:11:11 AM CEST

    Question: What large creatures in the waters off the coast of Australia are known to have body temperatures of 78 degrees? The answer may help solve the mystery.

    (*Note to Self: Stay out of the waters off Australia.)

  • raybutler7543#

    raybutler7543 June 8, 2014 11:51:17 PM CEST

    What ever it was may not have eaten the whole shark, it may have just taken a big chunk out of it coincidentally in the spot that had the tag. Putting the tag in breaks the skin and likely causes a bit of blood in that spot, so the scent may have attracted another shark that sensed this shark may be wounded and therefore easy prey.

  • Heckubis#

    Heckubis June 8, 2014 8:10:52 PM CEST

    its not just a collasal squid try thinking closer to "Submerine"(30ft GW shark) know to have bin sighted in that area. Squid of all sizes take chunks out but would never take a probe in hole like that. im not saying i cant be a squid it just dosent seam like something that would happen from a kracken attack. Im leaning for a bigger shark and there are some really really big sharks. with the median ocean temperature rising the bigger sharks have bigger territories now.

  • smjones2#

    smjones2 June 8, 2014 12:08:36 PM CEST

    gotta be a Kraken like squid to had eaten the great white shark

  • BBWulf#

    BBWulf June 8, 2014 4:59:05 AM CEST

    This is why I don't swim in the ocean :)

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