Marine expert Chris Fallows has managed to capture with his camera the spectacular jump of a white shark which, according to their estimates, are the highest recorded by one of these sharks: 4.5 meters from the surface of the water.
“They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Well, that image is worth a thousand jumps“, has qualified Fallows in statements collected by the Daily Mail. Images of the impressive jump have been shown in the program Air Jaws of the Discovery channel, as part of the special programming of the Shark Week 2020 (Shark Week).
“I can’t believe how high it came out, it was perfect … A photo you dream of“Fallows said. The scientist traveled to South Africa, to a small island called Seal Island, to film sharks and compete in the program, which was looking for the best photograph of a shark completely out of the water.
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For the realization of the impressive photography, Fallows and his team they tied baits to the boats to goad the sharks and encourage them to get out of the water. In addition, he used a trailer camera specially designed that captured, in detail, the impressive moment, as revealed by the documentary.