by Low Lai Chow in New Eco on Thursday 19 June 2014

When a perfectly healthy 9-ft Great White Shark in Australia tagged by scientists was found months later to have been eaten by an unknown predator, the data from its ‘black box’ pointed to how it had been devoured by an even bigger predator.

It appears now that the mystery is solved: a colossal cannibal Great White Sharks estimated at 16-ft long, most likely migrating one, did it.

Now you know, the next time you think about Great Whites, think about the fact that there are even greater magnificently beautiful Great White Sharks out there in the ocean, eating other Great Whites.

It’s the kind of stuff that will haunt our dreams.

Via Sploid