Did you know that seals have a taste for baby shark?
A family took a fishing trip to the California coast last month where a young angler hooks onto a baby shark.
Lurking underneath the catch was a scavenger seal that quickly tries to capitalize on a free meal.
Seals eat small fish and crustaceans but are stealthy scavengers and have been known to prey on infant sharks before.
Is that Ray Romano?
"Do seals eat sharks? He ate it! He ate it."
Just when you think that the baby shark has been snatched away for good, the young angler pulls back on his reel to reveal the little shark still very much alive.
That seal looks as if he might board the boat after the hooked shark. But from the YouTube description, we can assume that "Zach finally saves his [baby shark] life."
Nice try, scavenger seal. No baby shark for you.