Great White Nearly Bit In Half By An Even BIGGER Monster

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PostFri Oct 30, 2009 2:26 am » by -Marduk-


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Great White Nearly Bit In Half By An Even BIGGER Monster

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We're going to need a bigger boat: The remains of a 10ft great white shark that was bitten nearly in half by what authorities - judging from the size of the bite marks - estimated was a 20ft monster

A 'monster' great white shark measuring up to 20 ft long is on the prowl off a popular Queensland beach, according to officials. Swimmers were warned to stay out of the water off Stradbroke Island after the shark mauled another smaller great white which had been hooked on a baited drum line. The 10-foot great white was almost bitten in half. The fictional shark at the centre of the Steven Spielberg blockbuster Jaws was estimated to be just five feet longer.
'It certainly opened up my eyes. I mean the shark that was caught is a substantial shark in itself,' says Jeff Krause of Queensland Fisheries.

The great white, the most dangerous creature in the sea, was still alive when hauled onto a boat near Deadman's Beach off north Stradbroke island. News of the shocking attack on the smaller shark has sent jitters along the Queensland coast from Stradbroke Island, near Brisbane, to the Sunshine Coast further north down to the tourist mecca of Surfers Paradise, south of Brisbane. 'Whatever attacked and took chunks out of this big shark must be massive,' said 19-year-old surfer Ashton Smith. 'I've heard about the big one that's lurking out there somewhere. 'We're all being very, very cautious.'

Mr John Gooding, who operates a charter fishing boat, said sharks were everywhere, although there appeared to be no specific reason for an increase in the number. 'Some days you struggle to get a fish on to the boat before the sharks take them,' he told the Courier Mail newspaper.


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Many of the popular beaches in Queensland are protected by nets and what are known as drumlines - a series of baited hooks that hang from buoys placed in a line about 500 yards from beaches. Since the net and drumline programme was introduced in Queensland there has been only one fatal attack on a protected beach. The relatively recent attack occurred when 21-year-old student Sarah Whiley was killed off Stradbroke Island three years ago. The Queensland State Government has been under pressure in recent weeks to scale down the shark net and drumline programme because environmentalists say that whales and other big fish are becoming trapped in the nets.

But Fisheries Minister Tim Mulherin said the capture of the badly injured 10ft shark - and the indication of a much larger one being in the area - showed the necessity to keep the nets and drumlines in place. Darren Kindleysides, director of the Australian Marine Conservation Society, said the nets were working but at huge cost to whales, dolphins and turtles. And Vic Hislop, an internationally-recognised authority on sharks, also believes the nets should be removed and other methods explored to scare away the predators.
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PostFri Oct 30, 2009 7:52 am » by -Marduk-


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The megalodon is a giant shark but supposubaly it went extinct thousands of years ago but 95% of our ocean is unexplored and we have lots of evidence so do you think its real?


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Legendary Fisherman Frank Mundus tells the story of catching the largest ever shark on rod and reel. 9,827 lbs


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This is whats left of the monster hammerhead shark after an larger tiger shark had a bite to eat


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PostFri Oct 30, 2009 7:56 am » by -Marduk-


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We will probably never know for sure why Megalodon became extinct. But we can
probably be grateful that it did: a 52-foot (16-metre) version of the White Shark with
jaws large enough to engulf a rhino would almost certainly make recreational swimming
or pleasure boating a LOT less enjoyable. A number of enormously entertaining novels
have been published, exploring just this possibility.


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PostFri Oct 30, 2009 7:57 am » by -Marduk-


Ancient giant shark might still be flourishing in the vast oceans of the planet



The scientific name of the giant shark literally means a “great tooth.” Megalodon had these big teeth indeed, according to archeological excavations. The ancient Carcharodon Megalodon looked like great white shark (Carcharodon carcharias). The Megalodon shark was a great danger to sea-lion populations. Is it still a great danger?

Hundreds of Megalodon teeth that have been found in the oceans and rock beds all over the world prove that the giant shark was about 80 feet long (almost 25 meters). Only a sperm-whale is larger than Megalodon, which makes the giant shark the largest predator on Earth ever, including dinosaurs. Scientists say that the giant shark could swallow a small car, but most likely, this is an exaggeration. The shark from the movie “Jaws” is a small fish in comparison with the Megalodon monster shark. However, doesn’t zoology go too far when it says that this monster shark might still live nowadays?

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Great white shark experts Richard Ellis and John E. McCosker included a chapter about Megalodon in their book “Great White Shark” (1991). Richard Ellis wrote that all the fossilized shark teeth found so far indicated that the shark is extinct. However, Ellis added that the discovery a recent tooth of the monster would be a great concern to all zoologists. If this happens, "we would know that the giant shark became extinct quite recently," wrote Ellis, "or is flourishing somewhere in the vastness of the oceans and has simply lost a tooth."

Can it be possible? Almost everyone who has studied the giant shark realizes that if Megalodon is extinct, it happened not long ago, from the geological point of view. The great Megalodon lived 50 million years ago. However, Ellis affirms that the monster became extinct “recently” – about ten thousand years ago.

History proves that these large animals might remain hidden from the modern science, especially when it comes to the deep ocean. If the famous coelacanth fish could remain undisturbed for 60 million years, why couldn’t the Megalodon shark survive ten thousand years? To all appearances, Ellis does not see much of a problem there: "Except for the fact that we have not found one, there appears to be no reason why Megalodon might not be flourishing today." Ellis feels that no concrete evidence has been found for Megalodon's current existence. "But there will always be those who keep hoping that one will appear. Let us hope we are not in the water when it does."

Has it already appeared? Ellis wrote about an amazing incident, which happened in Australia. It was taken from David G. Stead's “Sharks and Rays of Australian Seas,” published in 1963.

“In the year 1918, I recorded the sensation that had been caused among the "outside" crayfish men at Port Stephens, when, for several days, they refused to go to their regular fishing grounds in the vicinity of Broughton Island. The men had been at work on the fishing grounds--which lie in deep water--when an immense shark of almost unbelievable proportions put in an appearance, lifting pot after pot containing many crayfishes, and taking, as the men said, "pots, mooring lines, and all."


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Those crayfish pots were three feet and six inches in diameter. They basically contained up to three dozens large crayfish, each weighing several pounds. All the people who saw it said that the shark was unimaginably monstrous. However, the lengths that they gave were absurd. Most likely, they were overwhelmed with what they saw. But these were men who were used to the sea, all sorts of weather, and all kinds of sharks. One of those men said that that shark was at least 300 feet (92 meters) long. Others said that it was as long as their pier: almost 115 feet (35 meters).

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The men said that the water was “boiling,” when the fish swam past. They all saw huge whales swimming in the ocean, but they were all unanimous that it was an immense shark. They saw its horrible head, which was "at least as long as the roof on the wharf shed at Nelson's Bay." Furthermore, all the men said that the shark was of the ghostly whitish color. The deep blue sea is full of monsters, as you can see.
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PostFri Oct 30, 2009 8:10 am » by -Marduk-


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PostFri Oct 30, 2009 12:46 pm » by Nickelson


Some folks claimed it had to be an Orca who attacked this great White Shark.

I wonder, cause it is normal that Orca's attack White Sharks. So when it is an Orca, why should this be any news??

95% of the ocean is still to be discovered, so who knows.

But nevertheless Sharky sends his love with a great smile, wondering when you folks come and visit him
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PostThu Nov 12, 2009 4:12 am » by -Marduk-


'Monster Shark' Chomps Into Great White

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A giant shark that could be up to 20ft long has sent shockwaves across Australian beaches after a great white was nearly bitten in half. A stunning picture shows a 10ft predator thrashing about with two massive chunks missing on either side of its body, off the Queensland coast. Experts said its rival may be 20ft (about six metres) long, judging by the size of the huge bites.
I've heard about the big one lurking. Every surfer is always cautious over here. Surfer Ashton Smith

The great white was savaged after it got snared on a drum line - a baited hook attached to a buoy - near North Stradbroke Island, east of Brisbane. The wounded creature was still alive when a crew hauled it onto a boat, close to Deadman's Beach.
"It certainly opened up my eyes. I mean the shark that was caught is a substantial shark in itself," Queensland Fisheries' Jeff Krause told Australia's Daily Telegraph. Swimmers have been warned to stay out of the water near the island. The attack also worried many at a nearby tourist Mecca - Surfers Paradise, south of Brisbane.

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North Stradbroke Island Mauled shark caught on drum line.
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Surfers Paradise Swimmers and surfers are jittery at the tourist Mecca.
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Surfer Ashton Smith, 19, of the Gold Coast, told the Courier Mail: "I've heard about the big one lurking. Every surfer is always cautious over here." Drum lines and shark nets are used to defend swimmers from sea predators, but they have been criticised for occasionally trapping migrating whales. Fisheries minister Tim Mulherin told the Mail that the capture of the bitten shark - and the indication of a larger one feeding in the area - bolstered the decision to keep defences in place. He added there were no special plans to hunt the attacking shark but contractors had reset the drum lines.
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PostThu Nov 12, 2009 4:15 am » by Lucidlemondrop


I just don't know what to say~
What a long strange trip it's been..............



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