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   xoxoxoBruce  Tuesday Apr 7 09:39 PM

April 7th, 2015: Bobcat Fishing

Dude walking on the beach in Florida snapped this picture of a Bobcat dragging a four foot shark out of the surf.

The photo of a bobcat walking along the beach with a shark in its mouth is as astounding to see as it is to believe. A WPLG-TV viewer sent in the photo he snapped Monday evening while walking in Sebastian Inlet State Park Monday in Vero Beach.

The photographer said he noticed the bobcat staring at a shark in the water that was feeding on a smaller fish. The bobcat then leaped into the ocean, caught the shark and dragged it onto the beach. Once the bobcat saw the beachgoer, it dropped the four-foot shark and ran into the nearby woods.

Liz Barraco, a spokesperson with the FWC, said they believe the picture to be legitimate and were "very excited to see it."

Griff  Tuesday Apr 7 09:42 PM

Nature has sharp teeth.

mrputter  Wednesday Apr 8 03:12 AM

Originally Posted by xoxoxoBruce View Post
snapped this picture of a Bobcat dragging a four

1. Do not f*ck with sharks.
2. Do not, do not, DO NOT f*ck with bobcats.

xoxoxoBruce  Wednesday Apr 8 12:06 PM

I'm surprised by the size of that cat, I thought the Florida(southeastern) Bobcats were smaller. I guess everything hinges of the photographer's claim the shark was 4 foot. He said the cat dropped the shark after seeing him, so he should have gotten a good look at it.

Or, the photographer was not a he... could have been a she, with a husband who's been telling her for years he has 12 inches.

Gravdigr  Wednesday Apr 8 03:45 PM


Gravdigr  Wednesday Apr 8 03:46 PM

I thought maybe the pic got just slightly elongated.


glatt  Wednesday Apr 8 04:07 PM

Well, the version above is a cropped version of the one you posted.

Metatechnocrat  Wednesday Apr 8 11:14 PM


DanaC  Thursday Apr 9 05:45 AM

Welcome to the Cellar Metatechnocrat (henceforth to be known as Meta ....or crat...?;p)

Sundae  Thursday Apr 9 12:19 PM

Poor baby lost his dinner!

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