Huge Shark Bites Off Another Shark Almost To Half In Australia (Video)

Monster shark, I must say. 

Huge Shark Bites Off Another Shark Almost To Half In Australia (Video)
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When you think about Australia, you'd probably think of the adorable kangaroos out there. But lately, there have been instances where other stuff came into light. The country down under is being affected by major climatic changes and the animals are getting more dangerous by the day. Just when you thought that the sharks were bored of eating humans, they've turned on each other. 

Yes, in a recent news segment, a large shark almost bit off another shark into a half. Don't believe us? Check it out for yourself. 

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The incident occurred in Cylinder Beach, Queensland, Australia. 

The incident occurred in Cylinder Beach, Queensland, Australia. 

Apparently, there was graphic footage of a 20-meter long shark biting off another small 6-meter long shark into half. 

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It's making everyone scare. 

It's making everyone scare. 

This footage got possibly spread out everywhere in Australia for the citizens and beach goers. 

Naturally, it has caused a chaos. 

Naturally, it has caused a chaos. 

Sharks tend to roam around in one area for a while so it proved to be even more scary for the public.

This is the photo that was circulated. 

This is the photo that was circulated. 

A smaller shark was captured earlier that day by the fisheries whe the large shark came in the area and bit it off. 

Sharks can also eat their own kind. 

Sharks can also eat their own kind. 

Mother nature can be utterly beautiful, but it can obviously scare the crap out of anyone from time to time. 

Beachgoers have been warned. 

Beachgoers have been warned. 

There is a possibility that the creature can be lurking around in the waters and there's no guarantee what it will attack. It would be best for the citizens of Queensland to take necessary precautions. 

Meanwhile, fisheries are increasing security. 

Meanwhile, fisheries are increasing security. 

They are sending out people and surveillance teams to find out if the large shark is still around the coastal areas. 

Check out the whole news footage here.