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Clearly only one fish is going to make it out alive, and the two dance their maritime battle for survival. Watch below how this four foot shark is eaten in one bite by a huge Grouper fish.
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Finally, about an hour after the nurse shark, I hooked the black tip behind the boat in the chum slick, and then the hilarity in the video began.” The biggest one caught off the Florida Coast to date weighed 680 pounds, according to the Huffington Post.
While reeling in a perch or a pan fish, I've had a northern pike or muskie follow it in and grab the hooked fish. Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission.
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It is found in shallow tropical waters among coral and artificial reefs. It is found in shallow tropical waters among coral and artificial reefs at depths from 5 to 50 m. Its range includes the Florida Keys in the US, the Bahamas and most of the Caribbean.
Goliath groupers eat crustaceans, other fish, octopuses, young sea turtles, sharks, and barracudas. If you are referring to the fish known as grouper, a true vegetarian would say “No” and would not eat it.
The Goliath Grouper (formerly known as the Jewish) all-tackle world record was set back in 1961, in Fernanda Beach, FL…that fish was a colossal 680 POUNDS. So now that we’ve established their impressive size, it’s easy to question why in the hell a spear fishermen would get so close to one out in open water.
If that dinosaur didn’t come along and try to swallow that guy whole maybe a bull shark would have swum by for a tasty (bloody) treat. -- An aggressive shark capsized a man's kayak in Florida in a terrifying moment all caught on video.
Chance, who was wearing a life jacket, quickly swam to the nearby support boat. When another person at the support boat looked down and saw the shark still attached to the rod in the overturned kayak, Chance wasn't scared off.