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The battle of the adults.. two sharks fighting to get the same meal “photos”

Written by Reham Abdullah

Monday, May 22, 2023 02:00 PM

spotted lens Cameraman American John Moore, a rare scene of two sharks colliding in pursuit of the same meal, and Moore specializes in monitoring the behavior of sharks eating their food, until he became adept at feeding them with the aim of photographing their sharp and very dangerous teeth, and on one occasion Moore documented the effects of the teeth of frightening sharks that It was inserted into the flesh of another shark, according to CNN Arabia.

Two sharks fighting over a meal

Collision of the two fish in pursuit of the same meal

And two sharks collided with each other as a result of their enthusiasm and rush to get the same bait, which is a fish, off the coast of Jupiter in the state of Florida, USA, and the head of one of the bull sharks entered the mouth of another shark, and usually when this happens, sharks usually try Minimize damage to other sharks by pulling out their teeth.

In rare cases, a dominant shark may intentionally cause harm as a result of a conflict with another shark, or in the case of thwarting a smaller shark, to get more food, and bull sharks are known to be one of the most dangerous fish in the ocean.

But Moore’s experience was not like that, as he explained in an interview with CNN in Arabic: “She was very misunderstood.. She is considered one of my best sharks.. I think she is smart and should be treated with respect.”

Two sharks collide
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Despite this, the American photographer is not advised to swim with them individually without the help of a specialized guide, and the size of bull sharks reaches 11.5 feet, or 3.5 meters, according to what was explained by the website of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration in America.

Primarily found in shallow coastal waters, they are common in lagoons, bays, and estuaries, and often swim in freshwater as well.

American photographer Moore enjoys photographing all forms of life underwater, as he began his career diving and spotting sharks in particular 6 years ago, and plans to continue monitoring these and other marine creatures throughout his life.