closeVideoSEE it: IT is A great white shark caught swimming on the back is a very rare case
SEE A great white shark and shock, scuba diving to tourists in South Australia, to swim on the back.
You don’t see every day. Or, perhaps, ever before.
It is a giant great white shark gave a shark-diving tourists are a rare treat, and when it was seen swimming upside-down, off the coast of South Australia.
Diving Calypso Star Charters posted the video on its Facebook page, noting it was the first time that this type of incident in the history of the area.
“We don’t want to see to it that they do this often at all. In fact, it was the first time the Capt. Dave had seen, and that’s it!” the company wrote in its Oct. 3 in the post.
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With a Calypso-Star-Charters, a spokesman told Fox News that they were not sure as to the cause of the shark swimming on the back like that.
“He swam right up to the back of it for a couple of seconds shown in the video, but the shark was in the vicinity of the dive cage for a few hours, much to the delight of our guests,” the spokesperson said in a Facebook interview. The spokesman added that the female shark that was tagged and it was only about 12 feet long and 3.5 feet.
The pictures were taken by one of the first customers, and The Bower-Leech.
In spite of the similarities, and the shark in the video is no longer in the tonic immobility, “a trance-like state” in which the shark is turned on its back, and vertigo, which is related to the human state of hypnosis, according to the Shark Trust.
With the amazing video just a few days after another great white, a 17-foot behemoth is called the Bullet, it was captured on film, to bite and tear it out of the shark cage diving off the coast of Mexico.
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This story has been updated with comments from a Calypso-Star-Charters, a spokesman.