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What wolfs down 9-foot great white shark like a steak dinner? That’s what plagued researchers who had tagged a great white in Australia and found the tag washed up on a nearby beach four months later. Tag data showed a sudden 1,902-foot plunge and a quick increase in temperature, the latter indicating time spent in an animal’s digestive system. Researchers theorized that the 9-footer was eaten by a “colossal cannibal great white shark.” Gizmodo Australia reports, no one knows why the attack occurred, but it may have been a territorial issue or the big shark could have just been hungry.



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