The ‘Zombie Shark’ was seen still searching for food despite losing half of its body

Scientists Left in disbelief after discovering a ‘zombie shark’ still searching for food – even though it ate half in an attack by others Sharks.

Dr. Mario Liberato released the oceanic black shark back into the waters off the coast Spain, but was soon ambushed.

The 35-year-old believes that the attack was carried out by bull sharks, which can weigh up to 400 kg, According to the mirror.

Incredibly, the black shark continued to fight and tried to escape the attack – despite a large part of its body being bitten.

Dr. Liptrato explained that the shark struggled for 20 minutes before eventually dying of its injuries.

He said, “Sharks eat sharks, this is known, but it is very difficult to photograph and document it.”

Earlier this year, a great white shark was caught on a ribbon flying through the air to attack its prey.

In the clip filmed for National Geographic’s Big Sharks Base, a marine predator swayes underwater, perfectly camouflaged, when it spots a pack of seals.

The seals try to hold on to each other but eventually separate and the shark seizes his moment to attack.

Performing a terrifying turn of speed, the predator released the top from below with its jaw wide open, revealing hundreds of sharp teeth.

It knocks the seal skyward while crushing its powerful sting.

The shark then flies through the air with seals in its jaws, making a horizontal mid-jump before descending with a large collision in the water.

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