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Nine-foot great white shark was eaten by a mysterious animal (Video)


Umm, guys. We have to talk about something.

So we all know about how sharks are the kings of the ocean–especially great white sharks. Nothing messes with great white sharks. They’re huge, they’re fast, they can jump like they play in the NBA, and they’ll eat anything that swims past–even humans once in a while.

No one is trying to mess with great whites. Well, except maybe A MYSTERIOUS ANIMAL THAT ATE A NINE FOOT GREAT WHITE!

NO I AM NOT MAKING THIS UP. I REALLY WISH I WAS BECAUSE KNOWING THAT THERE IS SOMETHING OUT THERE THAT WAS BIG ENOUGH AND STRONG ENOUGH AND HUNGRY ENOUGH TO EAT A NINE FOOT GREAT WHITE HAS ME SHOOK. ALSO, IT’S EXACTLY WHY I DON’T REALLY MESS WITH THE OCEAN.

Okay, so check it out. These scientists tagged this nine foot great white shark, right? Pretty common thing. But then, all of a sudden it plummeted way down 1900 feet. That’s weird, but not as weird as the data coming back saying that the temperature the tag was recording got really hot, really fast.

The only way it could have gotten that hot, that fast, and at those depths? Being inside the belly of another animal.

You know the shocked emoji? The one where it has two hands on the cheeks and the eyes and mouth are wide open? Yeah, that was basically me watching this video. Oh, and don’t think this is like a hoax or anything, cause it was from the Smithsonian Institution. This is very real and very scary.

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