A half-gobbled shark that appeared on a Florida shoreline Saturday brought up issues about a greater fish conceivably sneaking in the water.

A Volusia County Beach Safety Ocean Rescue lifeguard snapped a photograph of the shark on New Smyrna Beach. Shoreline Safety representative Tammy Morris revealed to News 4 Jax that the shark was “unquestionably” eaten by a greater fish. She included that the shark was either a blacktip or spinner shark.


A 14-foot extraordinary white shark named Katherine was spotted off the Florida drift in January. Another extraordinary white shark was seen in the waters on Feb. 1, Florida untamed life authorities said.

Morris said half-gobbled sharks don’t appear on the shoreline regularly, however she has seen it some time recently.

Authorities said the shark may have been around 5-feet long, as indicated by Fox 13 News.