Incredible video shows great white shark trying to bite a fishing boat in Cape Cod

Incredible video shows great white shark trying to bite a fishing boat when they got too close because it was partying on a whale carcass in front of Cape Cod

  • A huge great white shark has been caught on video and threatens to bite a fishing boat from Cape Cod on Tuesday 11 am
  • The video was made by fishermen Matty Riley and Ken Roth
  • They were staggering in Cape Cod Bay when they found the 20-foot-long shark that fed on the carcass of a humpback
  • The most epic thing I've ever seen on the water. Great white sharks up to 20 ft long feed on a dead whale in Cape Cod bay, & Riley said at the discovery
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A huge white shark has been caught on video and threatens to bite a fishing boat as it swims around the carcass of a dead whale in Cape Cod.

The menacing shark, supposed to be 20 feet long, was caught on video by Matty Riley and his friend Ken Roth while they were lobbing around 11:00 in Cape Cod Bay.

The underwater beast swam in circles around the carcass of a massive whale and seemed to be threatened by the two fishermen, making it fake to take a bite out of the boat.

A huge white shark has been caught on video that threatens to bite a fishing boat as it swims around a dead man's carcass while on Tuesday in Cape Cod

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A huge white shark has been caught on video that threatens to bite a fishing boat as it swims around a dead man's carcass while on Tuesday in Cape Cod

The menacing shark, supposed to be 20 feet long, was caught on video by Matty Riley and his friend Ken Roth while they were lobbing around 11:00 in Cape Cod Bay. The video shows the moment when the shark tries to bite their fishing boat

The menacing shark, supposed to be 20 feet long, was caught on video by Matty Riley and his friend Ken Roth while they were lobbing around 11:00 in Cape Cod Bay. The video shows the moment when the shark tries to bite their fishing boat

The menacing shark, supposed to be 20 feet long, was caught on video by Matty Riley and his friend Ken Roth while they were lobbing around 11:00 in Cape Cod Bay. The video shows the moment when the shark tries to bite their fishing boat

The video shows the shark trying to bite the boat and bump its nose against the boat,

The video shows the shark trying to bite the boat and bump its nose against the boat,

After threatening the fisherman, he swam away

After threatening the fisherman, he swam away

The video shows the shark trying to bite the boat and bump its nose against the boat, as if trying to intimidate the crew and chase it away

In the clip, the shark bumps its nose on the side of the boat to intimidate the crew and opens its jaws and reveals its serrated teeth before turning away.

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Then he returns to the carcass of the whale that is chewed in some places.

"He's coming straight to the boat!" Shouts a man in the video.

& # 39; The most epic thing I've ever seen on the water & # 39 ;, Riley published on Instagram. & # 39; Great white sharks that are up to 20 feet long and feed on a dead whale in Cape Cod bay. & # 39;

After threatening the fisherman, the shark swam to the carcass of a dead whale

After threatening the fisherman, the shark swam to the carcass of a dead whale

The shark pictured underwater swimming for the dead whale

The shark pictured underwater swimming for the dead whale

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After threatening the fisherman, the shark swam to the carcass of a dead whale

& # 39; The most epic thing I've ever seen on the water & # 39 ;, Riley published on Instagram. "Great white sharks up to 20 feet long feed on a dead whale in Cape Cod bay." Here you can see the shark returning to the chewed whale carcass

& # 39; The most epic thing I've ever seen on the water & # 39 ;, Riley published on Instagram. "Great white sharks up to 20 feet long feed on a dead whale in Cape Cod bay." Here you can see the shark returning to the chewed whale carcass

& # 39; The most epic thing I've ever seen on the water & # 39 ;, Riley published on Instagram. "Great white sharks up to 20 feet long feed on a dead whale in Cape Cod bay." Here you can see the shark returning to the chewed whale carcass

The video has been viewed more than 30,000 times.

According to Riley & # 39; s Instagram account, he is a US Coast Guard captain and a commercial fisherman from Hingham, Massachusetts, south of Boston.

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The shark that was filmed in the clip clearly had no tag and had a cut dorsal fin.

The Atlantic White Shark Conservancy shared the clip and confirmed that the depicted shark was a large white, which it described as & # 39; large & # 39 ;.

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