Bahamas (Global Adventures): Police confirmed that a shark caught in the Bahamas did have human remains in its belly. A Bahamian investment banker and a second fisherman cached a 12 foot tiger shark about 35 miles west of New Providence Island in the Bahamas. After that seeing severed body parts in the shark’s month, they towed the animal back to shore where members of the Royal Bahamian Defense Force discovered a severed torso, two legs and two arms inside the animal.
Glenn Miller, assistant police commissioner with the Bahamas police force, confirmed the find. After that he said that the shark must have attacked its victim several days ago. It was not clear if the person was already dead when the shark attacked. Police said that three men has reported missing in the area. The identity is the victim is still unknown. The police hopes that a DNA test will help to identify the man.
16 feet or more Tiger sharks can grow. Tiger shark also known as scavengers. The largest specimen ever caught was a female. The Tiger shark was 24 feet (7.4 meters) long and weighed 6,900 pounds (3,110 kilograms). They are found in many tropical and temperate oceans, and are especially common around central Pacific islands.
The usual diet of the solitary night-time hunter includes a wide range of prey, including dolphins, fish, seals, birds, smaller sharks, squid, turtles, and sea snakes. One of the most dangerous sharks in world is Tiger shark. So it’s ranking second in the number of attacks on humans after the great white shark. According to the Florida Museum of Natural History’s International Shark Attack File, 158 fatal attacks by Tiger sharks have been reported on humans.
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