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This 100% works for sharks when you in the North Carolina mountains, but is a big NO for when you see a shark.

Sharks are known to eat other sharks, but it’s rare for them to be caught on camera. Dr. Mario Lebrato released an oceanic blacktip shark into the sea off the coast of Spain where it was immediately attacked by other sharks, including several bull sharks, which can weigh over 800 pounds.

The shark continued to fight for its life and even tried to hunt for food after the attack, even though a large part of its body was missing. Dr. Lebrato says the shark continued to swim and hunt for 20 minutes before dying from its injuries.

You can see the pictures of the shark for yourself here.

SOURCE: Mirror