Great white shark bitten by even bigger sharks in Atlantic Ocean, officials say

Even the great white is at risk from other sharks in the ocean

A large shark was bitten by even bigger sharks in the North Atlantic Ocean, according to officials with OCEARCH.

The great white shark, called Vimy, was caught and tagged Monday off the coast near Pennsylvania and Connecticut.

In a photo posted on Facebook by OCEARCH, the shark can be seen with two big bite marks on its head. One bite mark seems mostly healed, but OCEARCH officials said the other looks very fresh.

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White sharks live in a tough world. Need proof? Check out white shark Vimy’s head. He appears to have two big bite marks...

Posted by OCEARCH on Monday, October 14, 2019

Vimy is the newest shark on their tracker, which people can follow through OCEARCH.

OCEARCH is a data-centric organization that helps scientists collect previously unattainable data in the ocean through research and explorations.