Rare Scene Of A Shark Attacking A Marlin

It was simple task: tag the striped marlin for scientific research, and make an instructional video that demonstrates the proper way to release a marlin after tagging. It didn’t turn out that way, however.

Seemingly out of nowhere, a 10-ft, 600-pound Mako shark instinctually went for the tail as biting it off immediately disarms big fish like marlins, swordfish and tuna.

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