LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) -- Recently, the tag that was once attached to a large 9-foot-long great white shark washed up on shore. What the tag held was data that couldn't be explained. Until now.

According to the Huffington Post, the shark in question was a part of Australia's first large-scale tracking program. The shark's tracking device held data that the, "shark had repidly plummeted 1,900 feet into the ocean, and the temperature surrounding its environment underwent a dramatic shift."

In a recent documentary from the Smithsonian Institute called "Hunt for the Super Predator" explains that the shark could have only had those shifts being inside another, possible "a collosal cannibal great white shark".

To read more on this research and the documentary, read the article from The Huffington Post:

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