A photographer named John Baily snapped the above photo at Sebastian Inlet State Park, after he allegedly witnessed a large cat jump into the water, grab a shark in its jaws, and drag the slimy sucker onto the shore. Questions were raised regarding the photo's legitimacy, but real or not, it's definitely a frontrunner for the "most Florida thing to happen in nature" award.
I give you the biggest white shark ever seen in front of the cages in Guadalupe Island....DEEP BLUE!!!Este es el tiburón blanco mas grande visto desde las jaulas en Isla Guadalupe...DEEP BLUE!!!
Posted by Mauricio Hoyos Padilla on Tuesday, June 9, 2015
Great White sharks are, by their very nature, colossal animals -- so when an aquatic researcher named Mauricio Hoyos Padilla claims to have found footage of the largest Great White ever caught on video, people are gonna sit up and take notice. The shark in question, nicknamed "Deep Blue," measured around 20ft from nose to tail, and was alleged to have been around 50 years old at the time of the recording. Yikes.