A 68-year-old British woman named Sue Elcock, who measures in at five-foot-two-inches tall, was visiting Perth, Australia on vacation when she went on a casual fishing trip. Now she has gone viral, because she caught a massive bass grouper, which measured in at five-foot-four-inches long and weighed over 130-pounds. It’s got to be tough for a bass grouper to get this big off the coast of Australia, with the large population of great white sharks and tiger sharks in Australian waters, a bass grouper must look like a nice meal. While a five-foot-long 130-pound bass grouper sounds big, and looks impressive when being held by a diminutive woman in the photo, the largest confirmed bass grouper was just under nine-feet-long and weighed 880-pounds. On top of that, reports of larger bass groupers exist, an unconfirmed report claims a bass grouper was once caught that was fourteen-feet-long and weighed 1,318-pounds. Giant groupers are super predators in their own right, the largest individuals eat sharks and even sea turtles, they can be found on reefs throughout the Indo-Pacific region of the globe.