posted on Jan, 4 2008 @ 01:09 PM
One bite dose not constitute “frenzied feeding session”
Great Whites are not common in this region, they have been seen in French waters and in the Mediterranean. They are primarily coastal fish rather than
oceanic, and can penetrate shallow bays in continental coastal waters. Since they can raise their body temperature 10 degrees above the water's
temperature, they are able to sustain cooler waters.
There have been many shark sightings off the coast of England including, great white, Thresher, Porbeagle, and many other.
The most recent sighting was this one
I love the fact the news source tries to find the most shocking picture for their article.
Another source for this bite which would make a little more sense to me than a great white, would be the
they eat seals also and are known to that area and are more prone to be found in colder waters.
Just because something has been bitten in the sea dosent mean a shark did it. But the news organizations need to sell papers huh?