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It was settled a while ago, Shark WINS!
That croc is playing differen't game of stealth to the way those sharks see
whoever wins, we lose
>predator that is armored everywhere but the underbelly vs. predator that attacks things from below
there's probably many more cases of crocodiles eating small sharks than the reverse but if we're talking big croc vs big shark then shark probably has it
Whoever wins, we lose
You stupid motherfuckers.
Crocodiles can't hunt like this in the ocean, because they risk drowning. Their mouths must remain SHUT. For a croco, the ocean is just a big desert cross.
>no armor, weak bite force
>armored, strongest bite force
why is this even a question?
Sharks have scales made of teeth.
Yeah well it's not very effective for protection
>AAAAAAAAAAAH I SURRENDER HELP ME HUMAN-SAMA!!!!!!
How is this photographed? Is this bro in a cage, a drone, a free diver?
There's a 3rd orca
What are they laughing at
imagine how much scarier orcas would be seen with out the white clown markings. Remove them and they look like aquatic xenomorphs
If it wasn't for the stoner eye it would look like a demon
>he doesn't know
because shark is faster and can dodge the croc, or attack it on a weak spot.
Just guessing here, but a crocodile of an equal length has armor too tough to bite through, while a shark is soft on all sides.
Obviously the combat arena must be equally comfortable for both sides - some shallow water area
Depends, is it the croc that ate Captain Hook’s hand?
In waters like that? Definitely the shark.
No way, it's too shallow and there's a lot of vegetation that slows the shark down
The croc wins in any environment where the shark can't get an attack on the underbelly (such as pic rel). Any deeper water and shark wins easily.
whoever bites first, I have a feeling the shark would be the one to do it, but the crocodile is a though mf... this is very close!!
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