I know sharks are not the actual topic of this forum, but sperm whales comparably often. Sperm whales are reported to consume sharks up to several metres on occasion, and I wanted to know if somebody knows any photos of sharks in sperm whale stomaches, or has perhaps even seen in reality. I am especially interested in the way the stomach of the sperm whale digests the shark carcass, i.e. which parts are digested at first and which remains the longest time more or less intact. I suppose some of you have already read much about the contents of sperm whale stomaches, although I suppose most was about cephs. I have read that sometimes deepsea-fish and crustaceens were found in the stomaches of sperm whales, and even the eggs of scates. It would be really interesting to know if you know further details about this topic. I would especially like to know if there are any indications that sperm whales have ever consumed warm-blooded animals like smaller cetaceans or seals. I have never heard about this, and given the fact that even small dolphins swim sometimes near sperm whales, I suppose this normally doesn´t happen.