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A Florida photographer captured this crazy photo of a bobcat snatching a shark out of the ocean...
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Per First Coast News...
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Photographer John Bailey was taking an evening stroll through Sebastian Inlet State Park in Vero Beach Monday when he spotted a bobcat on the beach, staring into the water. It was apparently watching a shark in the shallows feeding on smaller fish.

The cat continued watching nature at work when all of a sudden it leapt into the water onto the shark, estimated to be about four feet in length, and dragged its catch onto the beach.

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the_freaky_robber109 months
Damn Nature.......YOU SCARY!!!!
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TigerCoon109 months
If that shark is 4 ft long, then that bobcat is 4 ft long. That would be the king of all bobcats.
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adono109 months
That reporter has a lot of talent.
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warr09109 months
Looks more like a cougar. Especially if that shark is 4' as reported. Bobcats are actually pretty small.
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castorinho109 months
Bobby Bowden
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Amazing Moves109 months
I'd stick my kabob in the reporter's cat.
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LSUtigers111109 months
Meh, show me a video of it doing this to an 8 foot bull shark
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ehole109 months
way to leave out the part of the article where the camera guy got too close, and the bobcat ran off without his food.
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Rebel Land Shark109 months
Bleeding Purple is confused
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Bleeding purple109 months
Landshark against TCU? That was HornedFrogs kicking rebel's (cuddly black bears?) butts. Not sure how that applies here?
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DByrd2109 months
Damn nature, you scary!
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emanresu109 months
Getting eaten alive must hurt.
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Well that's a weird take on the food-chain.
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Sellecks Moustache109 months
With a different scale, it would look like a sabre tooth tiger snatching a full-grown shark.
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Rebel Land Shark109 months
Landshark against TCU
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