Meters Away from the Ferocious Jaws of a White Shark Before it Violently Smashes Diving Cage (PHOTOS)

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The waters of the Neptune Islands, in Australia, are known to be home to an estimated 1,000 white sharks, which can average up to six meters in length.

An Australian photographer managed to capture an impressive image of a great white shark while in a diving cage on the Neptune Islands in southern Australia.

With the help of a professional camera equipped with a 50-millimeter lens, Kane Overall obtained incredible shots from the jaws of the huge predator, which was about two meters away from him. It was a female about 3.5 meters long, according to local media .

“I knew it was going to be a pretty wild shot and maybe too close. When I got back to the boat, everyone gathered around the camera to take a quick look and we were impressed,” he says .

The waters of the Neptune Islands are known to be home to an estimated 1,000 white sharks, which can average up to six meters in length. The area has become famous among tourists who seek to get closer to these squalid.

Closely capturing the ferocious jaws of a white shark before ramming a diving cage

Closely capturing the ferocious jaws of a white shark before ramming a diving cage

Closely capturing the ferocious jaws of a white shark before ramming a diving cage

 

Source: ActualidadRT