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A lone orca killed a great white in less than two minutes. Scientists say it could signal an ecological shift

  • A lone orca rapidly killed a juvenile great white shark off the coast of South Africa in just two minutes.
  • The pair of orcas, named Port and Starboard, have been known for gruesome attacks on sharks, targeting their liver for its energy and nutrients.
  • Scientists' findings, published in the African Journal of Marine Science, highlight the potential risk of great white sharks being displaced from coastal sites by orcas.
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