The video, shot by his wife using a GoPro 3, shows the hefty fish as he nips at the man's flipper, tearing it off, and then goes straight for his catch with its powerful jaw. But, even if the diver wasn't familiar with that specific size of this type of fish, Goliath groupers have been known to roam western Atlantic waters near Florida.
Shark news: Terrifying moment huge hammerhead rips apart victim in brutal attack (Image: GETTY) The Hammerhead usually feeds on smaller sharks like the Blacktop (Image: GETTY)Mr O’Neill said the Grouper was around 200 to 300 pounds heavy, and is normally found on the ocean floor.
It comes as a Great White shark and a diver were locked in a near-death battle (Image: GETTY)”The hammerhead was having a hard time.” It comes as a Great White shark and a diver were locked in a near-death battle after the beast charged at him in a terrifying moment.
One of the divers said he was sure of the shark’s threat when its tail fin broke the surface (Image: GETTY)The incredible battle played out in calm waters off Rottenest Island in Australia on Sunday afternoon after the 12-foot beast smelt blood. The men aimed their fishing guns at the Great white as it circled closer to the two friends and tried to charge at them.
O’Neill said the hammerhead suddenly broke away from the blacktops and made a beeline for a Goliath grouper that was alive and floating on the surface of the water. When that happens, gases in the grouper's stomach expand, causing it to bloat and float on the surface of the water, making it an easy meal for predators.
However, because of the shark's small mouth and the tough texture of the grouper's skin, the hammerhead was unable to eat it. The skilled photographer said the video should serve as a lesson to fishermen to properly vent a Goliath grouper if you catch one.
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Howard Graves, a senior researcher at the Southern Poverty Law Center, who tracks the extreme right, said he saw in the groupers a new iteration of the 2016 election, when Trump pushed the Republican Party rightward on issues like immigration. Read full article Palm Beach Gardens wildlife photographer captured a stunning sight off the coast of Singer Island over the weekend: a hammerhead shark attacking a massive Goliath grouper.
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According to YouTube user Gimbb14, a Goliath grouper had been circling his boat for about an hour, even appearing to inspect some of his other catches before the attack. The video was taken while the user was fishing off the coast of Bonita Springs, Florida this month.
Goliath groupers can grow to about 8 feet long and weigh 800 pounds, but they don’t normally eat sharks. A typical grouper diet will include spiny lobsters, shrimp, crab, stingrays and young sea turtles.
Hart believes this could be the first recorded encounter of a grouper eating a lionfish without human intervention. Lionfish are considered an invasive species, introduced to the southeastern Atlantic Ocean by the U.S. Aquarium trade in the 1980s, NOAA reports.
Coastal water managers and NOAA are working together to study lionfish, hoping to eventually control them and keep them away from conservation areas. A red lionfish swims in the aquarium of the Schonbrunn zoo in the gardens of the Schoenbrunn Palace in Vienna on Oct. 16, 2012.