Sea Monster Hunts Giant Mako

Tom Kinita posts next to photo on Facebook

“Here you go giant Mako bitten clean in half by god knows what”

“Giant Mako bitten in half by even bigger shark 300 lb head WTF”

Trapman Bermagui reported this Mako head at 100 kg or 220 lbs

Trapman Bermagui found the huge severed shark head in the ocean off the coast of Sydney, Australia.

Curious to know what monster ate the rest of the shark leaving behind a massive head that weighs more than most adult men?

“It was a crazy morning of shark fishing. Hoping to catch smaller sharks but just hooked big sharks that got eaten by bigger sharks again.”

The biggest mako shark ever recorded was caught June 2013 near Huntington Beach, California.

It was 12 Feet 3 inches long & weighed 1,323 pounds

Mako sharks have the fastest recorded swimming speed of all shark species of up to 46mph

Two massive predators are suspects that could bite the head off this massive mako shark.

The great white shark or an orca “killer whale”

Seems there is always something bigger ready to eat you in the vast world oceans.



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