We were on Lorna Shoal about 50km west of Darwin. It "was" the biggest Golden Snapper (Lutjanus johnii) we'd ever seen — probably would have tipped 10kg — was almost in the landing net when it was "modified" by a shark — one bite.
What was left of this Goldie (3.2 kg) weighed more than my Grass Emperor (Letherinus laticaudis) (2.2 kgs).
Ah, well, You win some ...
It reminds me of a zoology lab class where our second year students were dissecting sharks. We opened the gut of one individual (shark, not student) and found a large fish reassembled like a three-piece jigsaw puzzle.