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WA shark mystery. Questions over predators.

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What creature would be able to chase down and devour a 500 kilogram great white shark on the sea floor off Western Australia?

But as filmmakers David Riggs and Leighton De Barros began to investigate what dark fate could have befallen the ten-foot monster shark earlier this year, an even bigger mystery unfolded.

Why, once a year, does a rough, remote spot off the WA coast, just half a square kilometre in size, become the epicentre for a barely believable colosseum of battling marine life?

Killer whales by the dozen. Sperm whales. Giant squid. And masses of sharks, all fighting for food and supremacy.

Their resultant documentary, The Search for the Ocean's Super Predator will screen early in November, and aims to answer the question of what colossal creature killed the shark, how and why.

Read more: http://www.watoday.c...l#ixzz2jUGqgzy2

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Looking forward to watching it.

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What creature would be able to chase down and devour a 500 kilogram great white shark on the sea floor off Western Australia?

But as filmmakers David Riggs and Leighton De Barros began to investigate what dark fate could have befallen the ten-foot monster shark earlier this year, an even bigger mystery unfolded.

Why, once a year, does a rough, remote spot off the WA coast, just half a square kilometre in size, become the epicentre for a barely believable colosseum of battling marine life?

Killer whales by the dozen. Sperm whales. Giant squid. And masses of sharks, all fighting for food and supremacy.

Their resultant documentary, The Search for the Ocean's Super Predator will screen early in November, and aims to answer the question of what colossal creature killed the shark, how and why.

Read more: http://www.watoday.c...l#ixzz2jUGqgzy2

If there's a super predator in the ocean, man will pull every devious device at his disposal to kill it.

If mankind kills between 63 million and 273 million sharks every year, what's one lost to the sea? In this case it's a fantastic story packed with violence and mystery.

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