That shark was really lucky!
Due to their immense size, they can be dangerous and have attacked scuba divers. But, unless provoked, they generally leave people alone. However, other creatures on the reef are less lucky. Not even sharks are safe from these slender, cave-dwelling marine predators.
When a giant moray ambushes a small whitetip reef shark resting on the coral, there is very little the shark can do. Struggling in the ginormous eel’s jaws, the shark can only wish the eel would let go. But that doesn’t happen.
The giant moray maneuvers the small shark into its mouth and swallows it alive all the way to the shark’s tail. But, then, the moray inexplicably regurgitates the shark and swims away.
Perhaps, the shark was too big for the hungry eel’s stomach, or the eel didn’t quite like the shark’s taste. Regardless of the cause, the shark swims away, alive and well, although it’s probably now suffering from PTSD.