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죠스옴입니다! Great white shark appears to grin at the camera and then lunges at bait in stunning close-up photos captured in Mexico

  • Snaps show a mighty Great White Shark taking a bite out of its next meal
  • Its jaws open wide ready to devour its prey as the enormous predator closes in
  • The photos were taken in Mexico about 130 miles off the coast of Baja California
  • A mighty Great White Shark prepares to take a bite out of its next meal in Guadeloupe, 멕시코.

    Its jaws open wide ready to devour its prey as the enormous predator closes in on its target.

    One image shows a shark eyeing the photographer snapping from his cage whilst surrounded by a flurry of black and white stripy fish.

    Great white sharks gained notoriety in the 1975 film ‘Jawsand are feared by many who go in the ocean.

    A mighty Great White Shark taking a bite out of his next meal in Guadeloupe, 멕시코

    A mighty Great White Shark taking a bite out of his next meal in Guadeloupe, 멕시코

    One image shows the shark appearing to pose for the camera whilst surrounded by a flurry of black and white stripy fish

    One image shows the shark appearing to pose for the camera whilst surrounded by a flurry of black and white stripy fish

    The photographer said he wasn't scared by the shark: 'The sharks are curious but not aggressive towards us in the slightest'

    The photographer said he wasn’t scared by the shark: ‘The sharks are curious but not aggressive towards us in the slightest

    Great white sharks can grow to around 20 feet in length and weigh up to 6,600 파운드, heavier than a car.

    Euan Rannachan took the photos about 130 miles off the coast of Baja California.

    ‘A large male white shark had been interested in the bait and made a couple of half-hearted attempts to catch it,’ 그는 말했다.

    ‘When those failed it went full apex predator on the line right in front of me.

    The photographer said he wasn’t shaken by the experience.

    ‘Never once have I felt scared in the cage,’ 그는 말했다.

    ‘Once you are in the water with these animals it’s easy to show just how peaceful it is and not scary at all.

    ‘The sharks are curious but not aggressive towards us in the slightest.

    Sharks use their noses as a means of detecting prey in the water, feeling electrical signals in the water, even allowing it to ‘heara heartbeat.

    ‘White sharks have little jelly-filled sacks predominantly in their noses called Ampullae de Lorenzini,’ 그는 말했다.

    ‘They use these little holes filled with jelly to feel electrical impulses in the water such as an animal in distress.

    ‘They also can use these sensors to feel your heartbeat in the cage.

    Great white sharks can grow to around 20 feet in length and weigh up to 6,600 파운드, heavier than a car

    Great white sharks can grow to around 20 feet in length and weigh up to 6,600 파운드, heavier than a car

    Sharks use their noses as a means of detecting prey in the water, feeling electrical signals in the water, even allowing it to 'hear' a heartbeat

    Sharks use their noses as a means of detecting prey in the water, feeling electrical signals in the water, even allowing it to ‘heara heartbeat

    A shark's dorsal fin is seen above the water, a clear signal to swimmers of an approaching predator in the water

    A shark’s dorsal fin is seen above the water, a clear signal to swimmers of an approaching predator in the water

    'Once you are in the water with these animals it's easy to show just how peaceful it is and not scary at all

    ‘Once you are in the water with these animals it’s easy to show just how peaceful it is and not scary at all

    Great white sharks: Feared predators of the deep

    Great white sharks have such a strong sense of smell that they can detect a colony of seals two miles away

    Great whites give birth to up to ten ‘pupsbut mothers will eat them if they don’t swim off fast enough

    They swim at up to 37mph at full pelt and burst out of the water from below their prey

    They attack 5-10 humans every year but usually just take a ‘sample biteout of curiosity before swimming off

    Great whites can live to up to 70 살이에요

    They are colored white underneath to make them harder to see from below with sunlight shining down

    They have several rows of teeth that can number into the thousands

    As their teeth fall out they are replaced by razor sharp teeth in the row behind

    Male great white sharks generally arrive at the same time to the Farallon Islands off the California Coast and the offshore Island of Guadalupe, Mexico from late July through August, and females arrive to these locations several weeks thereafter.

    The sharks are observed at their coastal aggregation sites through February.

    Great white sharks are opportunists, feeding from the ocean’s surface to the seafloor

    Smaller great whites prey on fish, rays, and crustaceans, but larger ones also eat seals, sea lions, dolphins, seabirds, marine turtles, rays, and other sharks

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