Incredible Footage Shows Shark Breaching To Grab Bait
Sharks are one of the most feared carnivores in the sea. There are 365 species of sharks in the sea as we know today. All sharks are carnivores. Most of them eat live fish, including other sharks. Sharks can travel with great bursts of speed especially when attacking their prey or when excited. The fastest-swimming sharks have a moon-shaped tail that provides extra power and durability for swimming! Overall sharks are scary! And being close to a shark? Is even closer to a heart attack! Just take a look at this video!
Terrifying footage has emerged of a huge great white shark breaching just feet away from a boat in Port Lincoln, Australia. Haylee Weber captured the video while on a shark diving expedition on a Calypso Star Charter boat.
Haylee Weber is visiting Australia for five months, studying abroad on the Sunshine Coast. She captured this dramatic video while on a shark diving expedition on a Calypso Star Charter boat in Port Lincoln.
Watch as the shipmates throw the bait for the great white sharks that swim nearby. It is quite a unique sight to see a shark breach while feeding, almost like in the movies!
Haylee told Storyful that cage diving with great whites had always been a dream of hers and she decided to make it a reality as a part of her last adventure in Australia before heading home to the United States.
Putting on the side all the scary facts about sharks, for as scary and surprising as this clip is, you have to admit, that this shark is one majestic shark! The way it gracefully jumps out of the water and lands just makes it so beautiful. Sharks have a very important role in the environment and they should be respected. They should not have to suffer due to our negative impacts on the environment!
As pinnacle predators, sharks assume an imperative part of the biological system by keeping up the species underneath them in the natural way of life and filling in as a marker for sea wellbeing. They help evacuate the frail and the wiped out and in addition keeping the adjust with contenders guaranteeing species of assorted variety.
Have you ever seen something like this before? Let us know down below in the comments! Please share this incredible video with your family and friends as this is one clip that no one should miss!
What to know more interesting facts about sharks? Sharks live in every ocean on the planet. The oldest known species of living shark in the goblin shark that has been around for 120 million years. The second oldest is the frilled shark that has been around for 80 million years. Sharks living somewhere down in the water have a tendency to have light shading eyes to enable them to draw in more light, while sharks living nearer to the surface have darker hued eyes to shield them from the light.
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