Fisherman wants to know what creature bit off giant sharks head

A giant severed sharks head was found in the ocean by a fisherman who says it was chomped by an even bigger creature.

Trapman Bermagui, also known as Jason, was hoping to catch smaller sharks off the coast of Sydney, Australia but instead hooked the decapitated 100kg head.

Just when he thought hed seen it all, Jason found a marlin bill embedded in the mako sharks head, which provided about 35kg of meat.

Giant shark eaten by something even bigger Jason, AKA Trapman Bermagui, pulled up this severed shark's head on a fishing trip Provider: Facebook Source:

Jason pulled up this severed sharks head on a fishing trip off the coast of Sydney (Picture: Facebook)

He said the marlin bill had been wedged in the decapitated head for years which he said demonstrated amazing healing powers of the shark.

Writing on Facebook, Jason said: So this was all we got back of this monster mako. Unfortunately we didnt see what ate it but must of been impressive!

It was a crazy morning of shark fishing. Hoping to catch smaller sharks but just hooked big sharks that got eaten by bigger sharks again.



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ISLAMORADA, FL - MAY 26: Mako shark on the fishing hook in Islamorada, Florida. (Photo by Ronald C. Modra/Sports Imagery/Getty Images)

A large mako shark can weigh over 500kg (Picture: Getty Images)

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The jaw of a shortfin mako shark (Picture Universal Images Group Editorial/Getty Images)

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Jason says a marlins bill had been lodged in the mako sharks head for years (Picture: Shutterstock)

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