Long-time shark expert and diver Jim Abernethy was on a standard film shoot off Cat Island in the Bahamas when he got the shock of his life. Abernethy was photographing a blue marlin underwater when out of nowhere, a 10-foot long, 600-pound mako shark shot past. In all the madness (you can make out the muffled, underwater screams of terror), Abernethy somehow managed to snap a pristine picture with the shark coming out the righthand side of the frame. In addition to the picture, the entire encounter was caught on film by a video crew. We know photographers pride themselves on doing anything for the perfect shot, but this is taking that attitude a little too far. For swimmers who had some bloodier encounters with the ocean's most notorious killer, check out the link below.
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