Great white shark flies out of the sea to catch seal in stealthy South African moment

This is the incredible moment a ‘flying’ great white shark torpedoed vertically out of the sea and clamped its deadly jaws around a seal.

Dramatic images show the giant predator breaching off False Bay in Cape Town, South Africa during a hunting session.

Shark breaching is one of the techniques great whites use to surprise and kill their prey – in this case an unsuspecting cape fur seal.

Irish wildlife photographer David Jenkins, 46 has travelled the world to capture the awesome power of the creatures.

He said: ‘A flying great white shark is really one of the most incredible sights to behold, an amazing show of power, speed and agility. When I first saw a shark breach I was hooked and knew I had to try and see this for myself.’

Dramatic pictures capture the incredible moment a great white shark leaped vertically out of the water and clamped its terrifying jaws around a seal

The images show the giant predator breaching off False Bay in Cape Town, South Africa during a hunting session

 

Shark breaching is one of the techniques great whites use to surprise and kill their prey – in this case an unsuspecting cape fur seal

Irish wildlife photographer David Jenkins, 46 has travelled the world to capture the awesome power of the creatures

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