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Barracuda can grow up to nearly seven feet long.They surprise their prey by lying in wait, then burst out to chase the prey before using their sharp teeth to make the catch. Barracudas mainly eat different types of fish, but have been known to bite other large marine animals, as well as humans.

The sea is full of all kinds of beasts that could easily make a meal out of a man, but fortunately, these top ocean predators have other prey in mind!

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The sea is full of all kinds of beasts that could easily make a meal out of a man, but fortunately, these top ocean predators have other prey in mind! http://aquaviews.net/explore-the-blue/5-top-ocean-predators/

5 Top Ocean Predators

The sea is full of all kinds of beasts that could easily make a meal out of a man, but fortunately, these top ocean predators have other prey in mind!

Torpedo Ray "Exploring strange new reefs. Seeking out new fish and new delicious crustaceans." Source: Wikimedia Commons #scuba #underwater #BeautifulScuba

Torpedo rays (Torpedo californica) are identifiable by their flat gray bodies and black spots. Interestingly, these animals catch their prey by stunning them with a jolt!

Caine, who is originally from Ballarat, Australia, said he has seldom experienced these kinds of schools of fish. #scuba #scubadiving #diving

Divers get caught in middle of 'tornado' school of fish

The school of Big-eye trevally fish. (Photo by Caine Delacy/Mika Woyda/Caters News)

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Opalescent Nudibranch Photo by Hilary Curry -- National Geographic Your Shot

Opalescent Nudibranch Photo by Hilary Curry -- National Geographic Your Shot

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Liveaboard diving in the Cocos Islands, Costa Rica. Schools of hammerhead sharks

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