British photographer Dan Callister, who regularly travels to Seal Island near Cape Town, took this image.
Seal Island is well known for the spectacular way the sharks grab their
prey. Coming up from underneath the waves, the giant fish literally
launch themselves out of the water with the seal in their mouth.
The shark bit into a decoy seal used by a daredevil photographer patiently wanting to capture the perfect shot.
Not a fan of sharks,but i
have to say look at the beautiful colours on the skin of that shark.That
is a great photo,however i wouldn't like to sink in that part of the
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