November 5, 2009

Great White Shark bitten nearly in half by an even BIGGER 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.

Enlarge   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

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

Do duh ..do duh.. do duh do duh do duh do duh
Note to self - abandon plan to holiday in Aussie beach areas...

I do enjoy snorkeling... and spent many hours enjoying it in Fiji, but I do remember swimming at a deep water beach in Northland, NZ, gliding over the rocks at high tide, but hyperventilating with fear because I knew they had pulled one shark out of the water at that beach recently.

Take care if you are over there!

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2 comments:

  1. well there you go another reason why I only paddle at the waters edge when at the seaside!!!

    Gill in Canada

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  2. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/earthpicturegalleries/6493200/Smiling-great-white-shark-underwater-photographer-Amos-Nachoum-gets-close-to-Jaws.html?image=3

    wow!

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