Diver John Moore, 55, observed a huge bull shark off the coast of Florida.
The male predator’s Instagram page was updated with the relevant photo. Several sharks swam beside John Moore, but the guy focused on the bull shark.
According to him, the predator may be expecting a child. Because of her actions, the guy came to such assumptions.
“I’m very sure she’s pregnant, and she didn’t skip a single meal.”
“She was a powerful shark who fearlessly came up to me throughout the dive,” John continued. Bull sharks are sluggish swimmers that take their time. Large invertebrates, tiny sharks, other fish, and dolphins make up the majority of the diet. Furthermore, any emissions are consumed alongside live prey.
They are roughly 60 cm tall when they are born. The length in adulthood is 1.5–2.5 meters.
After a 10- to 11-month pregnancy, the female gives birth to 3 to 13 fry. Males are hostile against any possible rivals, which can include people at occasion.
Their testosterone levels are greater than those of any other vertebrate, which helps to explain why they are so aggressive.