(WCMH)– An Aquarium in South Korea says its biggest shark has eaten another big shark swimming in the same tank.
A large sand tiger shark at the Seoul Aquarium ate a large banded hound shark in the first such incident at the aquarium.
The 7-feet-long female shark began to slowly eat the smaller male shark Thursday, and as of Friday, only the tip of the tail remained sticking out of her mouth.
The aquarium said the incident was believed to be a type of “turf war” and that the tail will stay in her mouth for about four to five days because she is unable to digest the other shark.
The carnage was captured on video as the female shark swam around the aquarium’s undersea tunnel in front of guests.