Enormous shark found with head bitten off by even bigger beast off Australia coast

An Australian fisherman has found a huge severed shark's head in the ocean, sparking fears there could be massive super shark roaming the waters.

Trapman Bermagui - also known as Jason - made the discovery in waters off the coast of Sydney, Australia, this morning and is desperate to know what monster ate the rest of the shark's body.

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Jason was shark fishing off the coast of Bermagui, a town in New South Wales, when he picked up the mako shark head - weighing 220lbs.

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He wrote on Facebook alongside a picture of the huge head next to a young man: "So this was all we got back of this monster mako. Unfortunately we didn't see what ate it but must of been impressive!! The head was about 100kg.

"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."

A mako shark can grow up to 12ft long and weigh up to 1,260lbs and they are the fastest sharks, swimming up to 46mph.

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