Sperm Whale Makes 12-Foot Tiger Shark Look Like A Minnow

The ocean is a big place, with always a bigger fish.

Tiger sharks are one of the largest shark species out there, known to have reached lengths of 16 feet and weigh over 2,000 pounds. These are predators that eat other fish to survive. They are opportunistic feeders and will eat anything they can including fish, seals, sea turtles, birds, and even other sharks. Their powerful jaws and large, sharp teeth make them able to tear through anything out there in the ocean.

Sperm whales are the largest toothed whales and among the largest predators on Earth. Adult males can reach lengths of 60 feet and weigh up to 50 tons. Their massive size and distinctive block-shaped heads make them unmistakable in the oceanic realm.

When sperm whales die, their body becomes a massive feeding opportunity for other creatures.

This tiger shark was having its way with the sperm whale, but take a look at the size difference. That’s an estimated 12-foot shark and it looks tiny next to this behemoth of a creature.

The ocean is a big place that houses some massive creatures.

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