In the depths of the seas, few creatures are more badass than the blacknose shark. Yet something much meaner and much bigger, recently bit the head off of one, off the coast of Australia.
The local news reported that a resident of the Australian state of New South Wales, was amazed when he pulled out of the water the head of a huge blacknose shark.
Jason Moys is a commercial fisherman from the city of Bermaghi. He and his colleagues who discovered the severed head, weighed their discovery and determined that its weight exceeds 220 pounds. This means that in general, the shark weighed more than 660 pounds, and its length reached over 13 feet. So what in the hell could have bitten the head off such a formidable fish?
Moys took a picture of his friend Jasper Lei, along with a piece of the fish, and put the photo on Facebook, where it quickly became viral, collecting millions of views and thousands of comments.
Internet users began to build various guesses about what deep-sea monsters could have so easily coped with the giant shark. Blacknose sharks are very aggressive predators, so the opponent of such a fish would have to have been even more ferocious – and of course, much bigger.
Many users have suggested that it was a real Megalodon. These colossal sharks that existed millions of years ago are considered extinct, but some cryptozoologists believe that somewhere in the depths of the oceans such prehistoric predators still exhist.
The weight of adult Megalodons reached 80 000 pounds, and a length of 52 feet. Thus, in theory, these fish can hunt not only sharks, but also whales. A 13 foot blacknose would be a mere appetizer to a Megalodon.
However, there are those who suggest that the fish could have simply been torn up by the propeller of a large ocean going vessel. But most Australians reject this theory since traces of huge teeth are visible on the head of the predator.
Some bigger nasty predator took a large bite out of this shark – the question remains, just what could it have been?
What do you think could have killed this shark? Please comment using the comments below!
25 thoughts on “Giant Unknown Sea Creature Bites Off Head of Huge Shark!”
Would have liked to see the picture
Orca whale, easy. The great white runs from them if it knows one is nearby.
Where’s the picture
Why are there no pictures?
The creature that took out this shark, was no usual critter, no my friend, to find it, it will cost you 1000 Quid, to drag it ashore it will cost you 100’000 Quid, this is a bad fish, it’s a Nancy Pilousestagasoreass.
No more like a Trump-a-lie-tous Maximus.
It was Coronasuraus Rex.
So Yahoo the click baiter is at it again. A stupid story with no picture of the sharks head. Seriously if a large fish bit off the sharks head they wouldn’t of found the head. The large fish would of eaten it.
maybe it was nancy pelosi
Nancy Pelosci or Maxine Waters have big mouths.
Its possible this shark had dirt on the Clinton’s and committed “suicide.” Either that, or a giant Humboldt Squid ripped its head off during a territory dispute.
…It was Nancy Pelosi….
Donald Trump? He’s blamed for everything else!
Let’s send Uncle Bernie to investigate !
Perhaps the wise Greta can show a result of Climate Change creating new sea monsters or resurrection of old ones?
If it were bitten off by a sea monster they wouldn’t of found the head. The sea monster would of eaten it. Think about it. Sea monster thinks umm what am I going to do exciting today?? Got it. I’ll bite off the head of the biggest shark I can find then spit it out.
It could have been giant aquatic dinosaur,left over after millions of years.Some say a pleaseosuar,a sea going dinosaur that grew up to 80 feet in length,haunts Loch Ness in Scotland.
megalodon wasn’t a giant squid, whale, boat, killer whale. I need to see the photo to be sure of what is out there. give us the photo.
Probably just a Chupacabra that bit the shark.
It’s amazing now there’s an ocean monster like the elusive Yeti, we can read a dime on earth from space but can’t find an 8 foot creature roaming the world for centuries.
You forgot to include a picture of the critter. And a picture of the headless shark.