Living species in the ocean are beautiful than we know. Among them, sharks are one of the ridiculously awesome animals living in the ocean.
Chris Fallows was lucky enough to catch up with a great white shark, one of the giant sharks in the world emerging from the water and launching into the air. Though an ordinary shark jumps up to 8-10 feet (2.4–3 meters) above water, this was recorded as 15 feet (4.57 meters).
Sharks may not be able to fly, but they can get some sick air, and this particular one got a lot of it
A great white shark was recorded breaching 15 feet (4.5 meters) above the surface of the water
The shark breach was photographed and filmed as part of the Discovery Channel’s Air Jaws series
It is said that it is the highest jump by a great white recorded in the history if Air Jaws
This historical moment was captured by Chris Fallows, a great white shark expert
Air Jaws is a series in which experts compete to snap the best mid-air pictures of sharks breaching
This particular breach also led him to become the winner of 2020 Air Jaws
The show aims to shed light to the issues revolving the survival of the great white shark and serves as material for further study
Chris Fallows, a great white shark expert, traversed Seal Island, a tiny island in the False Bay, South Africa, as part of Discovery Channel’s Shark Week. The video footage consists of all the moments of this record-breaking jump.
Check out this historical (as well as super cool) jump in the video below
Video credits: Discovery
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