- You don't see this every day for sure

 
- You don't see this every day for sure
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A fisherman used his GoPro and selfie stick to film a massive tiger shark and hammerhead battling to the death off the coast of Louisiana.

"You don't see this every day for sure," wrote William Well on his Instagram post, dated July 23.

Video posted to Instagram shows a half tonne tiger shark in a spectacular battle with a much smaller hammerhead.

"Tiger shark destroying this hammerhead. Tiger is in excess of 1000lbs (493 kilograms)."

The poor hammerhead does not stand a chance, as the GoPro footage by Pelagic Charters reveals in the waters off the US state of Louisiana.

The smaller shark is tossed around violently, as the water becomes clouded with blood before the clip ends.



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