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Apparently, this monster grouper had tried to steal at least one other catch earlier that morning. Gimbb14 writes on reddit: "Had a 15lb goliath grouper take and brought him up, as I brought him to the boat, the monster goliath shown in the video came and tried to steal him. About 30 minutes later I had about a 5foot nurse shark take and brought him up. As I was dehooking the shark, the goliath came back and inspected but didn't attack him." About an hour later, the blacktip shark in the video was hooked.
Atlantic goliath groupers are known to grow up to 8 feet (2.4 meters) long and weigh up to several hundred pounds.
Grouper eats 4ft shark in one bite
Goliath grouper eating a black tip shark in one bite off the coast of Bonita Springs Florida. August 2014. This video is represented by Break.com - For any l...
China to the US by train! Underwater!!!!
China’s latest ambitious foray into railway lines has led it underwater. Tentatively dubbed the “China-Russia-Canada-America” line, this 8,000 mile long railway line will connect Beijing to America.
The present longest tunnel undersea is the Paijanne Water Tunnel in Finland, at 74 miles and if successful, China would have beat this record by leaps and bounds.
Read all about it! ONLY in Asian Diver Vol. 133 Issue 4/2014
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