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A killer whale killed a great white shark in less than 2 minutes, leaving experts shocked

An Orca surfaces near a whale watching boat as passengers look. (Denis Poroy/AP)
An Orca surfaces near a whale watching boat as passengers look. (Denis Poroy/AP)

Here & Now host Peter O’Dowd speaks with shark expert Esther Jacobs, founder of the marine conservation initiative Keep Fin Alive, about what she saw when a lone killer whale killed a great white shark last year off the South African coast. Scientists say it may signal a shift in the marine ecosystem.

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