Shark Leaves Mysterious Round Holes In Prey

Imagine being a seasoned fisherman, hauling in a swordfish only to find it covered in dozens of perfectly round holes.

Cookiecutter sharks are not your typical Jaws-like predators.

These small, cigar-shaped creatures rarely exceed 1.5 feet in length but are known for their unique feeding strategy.

Despite their small size, they’ve been known to take on much larger species

Including great white sharks, whales, and even humans!

The swordfish hauled in by Walker’s crew was still alive and oozing blood from its fresh wounds...

suggesting that the attack had just occurred.

The swordfish was covered in so many fresh bites that it looked like it had been used as a pincushion.

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