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A 32-year-old photographer was able to capture incredible footage of a great white shark, the charging of an underwater shark cage Neptune Islands, South Australia.
Officials with the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office, in Santa Rosa, Calif., was forced to slow down and in the water training course in Bodega Bay, due to the presence of a giant, toothy creature is a great white shark.
Officials said on Facebook on Tuesday that the members of the crew of the sheriff’s office’s helicopter, dubbed the Henry-1, were used to patrol the coast for the potential of a number of open-water training in the pool.
“The crew is [then] looked down and saw this little beauty at the mouth of the Estero Americano, in shallow water,” the sheriff’s office, told the post.
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“The crew was quiet for a moment, knowing full well that she had been in the same water yesterday,” the officials continued. Officials estimated the shark to be between 13 and 15 metres in length.
The post had almost 3,000 notes on Facebook on a Wednesday afternoon, and was quick to garner comments.
“So glad you all had a safe day yesterday! And that “Jaws” had been spotted before you get in the water,” one person commented that it is a part of it.
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“Great shot, thank you for sharing,” said one of the others.
“A beautiful picture of the shark, but it would not be in the water if you paid me too!” said a third.
The news comes after a teenage girl who had her leg amputated after a shark attack in North Carolina-said that they would still have the respect for the marine life, even sharks.
Fox News, Travis Fedschun, contributed to this report.