Last Friday, fishing columnist Al McGlashan of Australia's Daily Telegraph discovered the carcass of a giant squid floating off the coast of Australia. Discoveries like this are uncommon in and of themselves, but two things about this particular find made it especially rare.
One: this squid was fresh. Judging from its vibrant color (squid carcasses are often rotten and off-white in hue by the time anybody finds them) and missing tentacles, McGlashen speculates it had recently come out on the losing side of a battle with a sperm whale, the massive invertebrates' only known predator.
Two: it was being devoured in massive chunks by a blue shark.
Watch the footage of the encounter up top. Read more about the find at The Telegraph