Friday Random Video: Slow Motion Great White Shark Attacks

Friday Random Video: Slow Motion Great White Shark AttacksTalk about dental anatomy: the great white shark has an average of 3000 teeth at any given time in their adult life.

This week’s Friday random video features a phantom camera capturing slow motion shark attack footage.

Don’t worry, the seals that you will see in this video are fake bait used as decoys to bring the sharks to the surface for filming.

In this rather extraordinary video, we can see how physically strong a great white shark is and how fast they can move through the water.

Enjoy your Friday random video —

Have you ever been close to a shark? What was the experience like?

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