Great white shark turns water blood red in viscous attack metres from coast

A shocking video shows a great white shark turning water blood red in a viscous seal attack just metres from the coast.

The video, shared by the Instagram account @a_whiteshark, shows the attack along the coast of Monomoy Island, located on the eastern coast of America.

The post said: "Even though we have past peak season for white shark activity along the Cape Cod coast, it is important to note that white sharks are still in the area.

"Thank you to R. Nossa for sharing this footage that he took of a seal predation on November 7 near the southern tip on Monomoy Island."

People were left astonished by the video, with people commenting in awe of the attack that left the sea red with blood from the poor seal.

@dogmomb3 commented: "Awesome creatures."

@debbiecampbell7 wrote: "Can't believe their still here. Great shot."

The killer animals, which can grow up to 20ft in length and weigh up to 6,600lbs, are known to frequent the east coast of America, with thousands estimated to be in the area.

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It is believed that a Brit was mauled to death by a great white shark in Australia.

Paul Millachip, 57, was swimming at a beach in Western Australia where he regularly takes a dip when a beast described by witnesses as 14ft long “came out of the blue”.

Only goggles thought to belong to Mr Millachip were recovered in a search for his body which was eventually halted.

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