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Shark attack caught on camera

By editorial assistant Sandi Toxic

Posted April 10, 2014
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No match for the Shark: A pound of raw squid waiting to be scarfed. © Tim Cope

Shark slaughters squid and octopi; shows no mercy to ink-squirting tentacled things whether cooked or raw.


Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, footage has emerged of the moment a vicious shark devoured a load of squid in a feeding frenzy of monumental magnitude.

What's more, while some of the squid was cooked, the rest was raw.

But what kind of shark would do such a thing?

Michigan-based Tim 'the Shark' Cope, of course.

And here he is scoffing the lot and clearly enjoying every flippin' minute of it.




But how is a top aquatic carnivore meant to follow that?

With a load of octopi, naturally.

And man, that raw stuff looks well bloody tasty.

Sod the chips.

I'm having some of that!




The above videos are embedded here on the Rake & Herald from the Shark's food-fighting-filled YouTube channel, which you are strongly urged to check out here. Top stuff, sir!


Sandi Toxic was raised by wolves inside a disused clay pit near Lanjeth. You can befriend her on
FaceBook here. She is still quite feral.


WARNING! Competitive eating can be dangerous. As well as potentially lethal choking hazards there is also the possibility of poisoning yourself, something that could lead to hospitalisation, permanent health damage and even death. Don't believe us? Read this. Consequently, the Rake & Herald does not recommend you emulate the above video(s) yourself. Seriously. We are NOT joking. You have been warned.



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