Incredible vision has been released of dozens of sharks feasting on a whale carcass of the WA coast.
After coming across 70 tiger sharks feeding on a dead whale near Shark Bay on Friday, Eco Abrolhos tour operator Jay Cox used a go-pro and a drone to capture the amazing footage.
The footage was then uploaded to the tour group’s Facebook page with the caption: “Passengers on our 14-day Geraldton to Broome and everywhere in between were treated to an unexpected phenomena while cruising inside Dirk Hartog Island. Something to show and tell the grandchildren.”
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In the video, the tour group can be seen watching the spectacular event from two small boats. Watch the video below:
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Tiger charks can grow up to 7 metres long and weight up to 520 kilograms.