Slow Motion Video Of Great White Shark Breaching The Water

Caters_News Published May 15, 2018 138,692 Plays

Rumble This is the chilling moment when a great white shark breaches the water out of the blue, much to viewers amusement. The slow motion effect enables us to see in detail how the predator breaches the water searching for prey.

This incredible video is courtesy of William Drumm, 32, from Denver, Colorado, who managed to capture the scary moment when the shark lunges out of the water. Footage was captured in Guadalupe Island, Mexico, and shows the shark breaching out of the water with a poker face expression all over its face! Chilling, indeed!

Luckily, William Drumm captured the incredible moment a great white shark breaches the water near the coast of Guadalupe Island, Mexico, in slow motion so that viewers can get a close-up of how these predators propel through water and attack their prey.

This is one amazing video of a great white shark filmed in slow motion while breaching the water in Mexico. This is really something you don't see every day. The great white shark can be found throughout the world’s oceans, mostly in cool waters close to the coast. Whilst many think of these beasts as fearsome man-eaters, humans aren’t, in fact, on the great white’s menu. Phew!

Sharks are simultaneously some of the most exhilarating and terrifying forces of nature on the planet.They are glorious, majestic apex predators that affect entire ecosystems with their toothy, subaqueous badassery and demand our constant admiration and respect.

However, having watched this clip featuring the way these teethy creatures emerge from out of water, has given up the creeps. Have you ever seen something like this before? Are you scared of sharks? Let us know down in the comments section!

Please share this video with your family and friends as this is one clip that no one should miss!

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