(CBS SF) — Great White sharks are thought of as one of the world’s most feared predators, but documentary filmmakers say the tables have been turned after a nearly 10-foot shark was eaten by another sea creature in the waters off Australia.
The shark’s locator tag washed ashore, revealing that it had been dragged to the bottom of the ocean in a matter of seconds.READ MORE: UPDATE: 15 Injured, 20 Rescued After Fire Erupts Inside San Francisco Tenderloin Apartment Building
“The question that came not only to my mind, but everyone’s mind that was involved was, what did that?” filmmaker David Riggs said.READ MORE: Santa Rosa Police Search For Hit-And-Run Driver Who Critically Injured Bicyclist
Evidence suggests that the tag had been inside another animal.
“That tag was thirty degrees warmer than the water in which it was swimming,” John McCosker, Senior Scientist at the California Academy of Science said.MORE NEWS: Two Die In San Francisco Shootings Early Saturday Morning
No one saw exactly what happened to the shark in Australia.