Although the yearly recorded death toll from shark attacks around the world is shockingly unimpressive, sharks remain one of the most common fears for both surfers and non-surfers alike. Somehow this common fear also translates into fascination, as Discovery Channel‘s ‘Shark Week’ rolls around each year.
Great white sharks can swim over 25mph, and within the second their prey hits their teeth, they have the ability to recognize and reject anything that isn’t their actual food. This slow motion edit shared by ITM Instrumentals, captures the intriguing feeding process of a shark using a Phantom camera.
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