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"Killer whale," I told myself, knowing already it couldn't be true. The bite of the largest orca might be at most six feet across. Then maybe this was several bites, I thought, knowing this too was impossible, since a wider, concentric grasping bite had left hundreds of triangular-shaped wounds in the thick skin surrounding the eviscerating bite. In fact, I knew of nothing ever seen or heard that could take a bite of this size, unless it was some new order of oceanic monster, like a hundred-foot-long shark.
Still, I was tempted.