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WATCH: Shark Vs. Grouper. Shark Loses.

By Scott Neuman on August 23rd, 2014

This is not your typical “David and Goliath” tale. This time, it’s Goliath that wins:

A couple of anglers fishing off the coast of Bonita Springs, Fla., earlier this month shot video of a four-foot Blacktip shark they hooked.

You’d think that would be enough excitement for one day, but what happened next was the real kicker: as they reel in the line, a Goliath grouper emerges from the depths and snatches the shark in one gulp.

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