A pair of orca known as Port and Starboard hunt sharks and remove their livers with what has been described as "surgical" precision.
The killer whales, known as 'Port' and 'Starboard,' have been spotted in South Africa's False Bay, where great whites have vanished from in recent years.
Captain Jimmy Lee Armel, who caught the shark, told Newsweek it was the "most incredible experience" of his life.
The shark pursued Timothy Reck and a fellow surfer into the shallows off North Salmon Creek Beach, Sonoma County.
Tagging data shows how white sharks are migrating south along the U.S. East Coast for winter.
Michael Sutton, who spotted the carcass, said the bite measured about 2 feet across.
Michael Domeier and Nicole Nasby Lucas have just returned from two expeditions charting great whites in these shark-infested waters.
A necropsy of the shark will be performed to determine the cause of death.
Ocean trackers have shown at least seven of the enormous predators off the coasts of the two states in recent weeks.
Dean Spraakman, who filmed the 9.8-foot apex predator, said to his knowledge no one has ever seen a great white so badly beaten up.
Eric Steinley was attacked while surfing on October 3, with the great white grabbing his leg and pulling him under.
Researchers found huge similarities in the visual profile of swimmers, surfers and seals, potentially explaining mistaken identity attacks.
A surfer narrowly escaped death after surviving a shark attack in California's Bodega Bay.
Timothy Thompson's pregnant wife has paid tribute to the Australian surfer and father-to-be, who was killed by a great white shark on Sunday.
Matt Pieciak said that alongside his friends and family he had been surfing in the sea in the days leading up to the incident.
Sharks don't want to eat you, said a local surfing instructor, as you're basically "a piece of beef jerky still in the wrapper."
Great whites off the coast of central California have experienced a population increase recently, with the 1994 decision to ban shark fishing seen as a key factor.
The discovery of the abandoned shark's head and innards prompted an investigation by the Department of Conservation in New Zealand.
A man has filmed a breathtaking video of great whites and dolphins swimming off the Pacific coast.
In 2015, Chris Blowes was attacked by a great white shark. Now, more than five years later, he has finally won the right to keep the shark tooth left behind in his surfboard.
"There's no adrenaline rush like it. I do this for a living yet seeing them swim around us, biting at the boat and motors, it's a dream come true," charter captain Chip Michalove told Newsweek.
Latest data from the shark's tag shows the predator is currently in the deep sea off the U.S. east coast.
The shark, known as Unama'ki, has traveled more than 12,500 miles since being tagged in September, 2019.
Shark trackers called the gathering off the coast of Cape-aux-Meules a "very interesting" sight.
Otters have been filmed eating puffaddder shysharks on the coast of False Bay, South Africa.
Australian man escapes 13 foot great white shark while fishing off beach, the counter was captured by drone
The massive female shark, named Nukumi, weighed more than 3,500 pounds and was more than 17-foot long, experts from research organization OCEARCH recorded.
Wellfleet Lifeguards said the spine had probably been buried under the sand "for quite some time" before it was exposed by Hurricane Teddy.
Marine biologist describes injuries sustained by the sharks in South Africa after being hunted by orca.