Incredible Drone Video Shows 70 Tiger Sharks Feed Off A Whale In Shark Bay

Posted: May 23 2016, 9:40am CDT | by , Updated: May 24 2016, 8:34am CDT, in News | Latest Science News

 
Incredible Drone Video Shows 70 Tiger Sharks Feed Off a Whale in Shark Bay
Credit: Eco Abrolhos

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Tourists in Australia witnessed an incredible shark feeding frenzy in Shark Bay.

A drone video of about 70 sharks in a feeding frenzy on a deceased humpback whale is incredible to watch. This is definitely one of the most amazing drone videos so far.

A cruise company called Eco Abrolhos discovered on 14 day tour between Geraldton to Broome this shark party in the near of Dirk Hartog Island off the Gascoyne coast of Western Australia. The island is within the Shark Bay World Heritage Area.

The sharks did not kill the whale. They found it and as the blood floats through the water all sharks in the area smelled the huge dinner and joined in.

Watch the drone video of the shark feeding frenzy below.

The Shark Bay video is viral right now on Facebook video with about 700,000 views. It has still ways to go to surpass the Chewbacca mask woman.

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