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Watch Now: Whale carcass sparks shark feeding frenzy off Australia coast
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Watch Now: Whale carcass sparks shark feeding frenzy off Australia coast

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More than 30 sharks showed up top the whale buffet. Veuer’s Tony Spitz has the details.

Incredible video shows more than 30 sharks showing up to a whale buffet of the coast of Australia.

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