A Great White Shark attacked a fishing boat in Australia. Shark attacks the fishermen’s boat and narrowly escapes.
A Great White Shark attacked a fishing boat in Australia. The special thing is that these pictures were captured by the camera.
This photo posted by online fisherman Trapman Bermagui was taken in Port Lincoln, a city on the Eyre Peninsula in South Australia. Tuna fish was already on the boat. Meanwhile, the shark attacked it.
The fisherman said in the post, “Look at the size of this great white shark. Bermagui told Newsweek that the shark was probably 16 feet long.
Female white sharks are larger than males, and this is the maximum size they usually reach. The average length ranges between 11 to 15 feet.
White sharks are found along the entire coast of South Australia, but they are particularly abundant off the coast of Port Lincoln. From September to November they are seen in the sea of Australia.
The largest great white shark ever recorded was a 20-foot female named Deep Blue, discovered in November 2013 by Mauricio Hoyos Padilla, a shark expert, and researcher.
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