Bobcat Snags Shark Out of Water In Sebastian Inlet

By  //  April 8, 2015

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Cat-fishing? What do you call a wildcat fishing for shark? One mighty brazen bobcat. This is a tale of prey upon prey upon prey. (John Bailey image)

Cat-fishing? What do you call a wildcat fishing for shark? One mighty brazen bobcat. This is a tale of prey upon prey upon prey. (John Bailey image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA — Cat-fishing?

fwc-LOGO-180What do you call a wildcat fishing for shark? One mighty brazen bobcat.

This is a tale (no insult intended to the bobbed bobcat tail) of prey upon prey upon prey.

John Bailey, who took this amazing picture, spotted a bobcat staring into the water at Sebastian Inlet State Park last evening while he was taking a stroll.

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He realized the cat was transfixed on a shark feeding on smaller fish.

Suddenly, the bobcat leaped into the water atop the shark and dragged it ashore.

Bailey took the photo and the cat dropped its catch and ran into the forest.


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