A dead adult Sperm whale washed in from off the Continental shelf and brought with it a host of large predators including three White pointers up to 4.5 metres in length and two Tiger sharks up to 4.2 metres long. I spent 3 hours watching as the sharks leisurely took advantage of this abundant food source. The next morning it washed up on Campbells Beach and was buried precariously close to the waters edge where it will take years to slowly decompose – all the while leaching rotting whale scent into the nearby waters. Watch in HD.