Over 50 Tiger Sharks Have A Feeding Frenzy On A Humpback Whale Carcass

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Get me away form there, I don’t need nothing to do with that.

Even though it’s incredibly cool, that’s a whole bunch of pure killers in one place.

Tiger sharks are beasts of the ocean that can weigh as much as 1,400 pounds and by up to 16 feet long. They are apex predators, known for their hunting abilities.

These sharks have great senses like smell and eyesight helping them track down their next meal. They have a diverse diet from garbage to sea turtles, fish seals and dolphins. Known as garbage cans of the sea because they will try to eat anything.

Their bite helps with their appetite, measuring up to 1,800 pounds per square inch and mixed with razor sharp teeth.

Tiger sharks normally are solidary predators. But they are known to form large groups when there’s a large food source.

Something like a whale maybe…

This video shows a dead whale carcass and a large group of tiger sharks forming around it.

They begin to feed on it and more and more come by.

There were said to be more than 50 tiger sharks feeding on this humpback carcass.

Nature is wild.

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