The Telegraph has a picture of a crocodile eating a shark. No really.
It is being heralded as the clash of the titans – the moment when a crocodile and a shark went head to head in the wilds of Australia, and the shark came off second best.
The nine foot long saltwater croc attacked the shark in a river and then hauled it onto the bank in order make a meal of it.
An amateur fisherman captured the extraordinary clash between Australia's two most feared predators while on a barramundi fishing trip in the Northern Territory.
Frankly, if that's a nine foot croc, it's a pretty small shark. But the odd thing is that the croc essentially reversed normal behavior to get its jaws around Jaws, so to speak. It dragged the shark out of the water, not into the water.
The really interesting thing about the article, however, is the fact that there are now an estimated 85,000 of these reptilian predators in Australia, up from some 5,000 in the 1970s. The sharks should be afraid.