Great White Shark leaps 5 metres out of the air, highest ever seen
No bulls**t, sharks f**ken terrify us. Don’t get us wrong, they don’t stop us paddling our feet in the water, and we love the big ferocious b**tards, but we firmly understand that the oceans are their f**ken territory and that it’s their nature to eat s**t that humans could be mistaken for. We don’t hold it against them, but we take their ability to chomp us into little pieces pretty f**ken seriously. So when we see them jumping 15ft out of the water, you’d better believe that we need to take a fear-poop.
Yeah, nah, if there’s one thing we mistakenly believed about sharks, it’s that the only thing they could get out of the water was their fin. We’re not afraid to admit when we’re wrong, though, and in this instance, we were wronger than a dingo’s donger.
Shark expert Chris Fallows, a contestant on Shark Week’s Air Jaws: Ultimate Breach program has snapped some shots of great white sharks getting some serious f**ken air. One of these shots saw one of the apex predators launching itself 15ft into the f**ken sky!
Speaking about the happy snap, Fallows said, “They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, that picture is worth a thousand breaches. I can’t believe how high it came out. It was just perfect… a photo you dream of. This has to be the ultimate air jaws breach.”
Apparently, the team from Air Jaws: Ultimate Breach tried a few different methods of getting their photos, including drone technology, but Fallows’ tow camera was the one that did the business.
The show’s director Jeff Kurr said, “Chris got some unbelievable breaches. In fact, one of the breaches is probably the best he’s ever filmed.”
Final thought: As we said above, don’t get us wrong, we’ve got nothing but respect for sharks, but given that we now know they can just about f**ken fly, we might rethink going anywhere near the beach. Yeah, nah, f**k that.
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Video Link: Discovery