Diver captures hungry bull sharks in spectacular feeding frenzy

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In some spectacular footages, a free diver has managed to capture on camera a group of hungry sharks during their feeding frenzy. But to make things even more dramatic, the man was staying in the middle of them. Certainly, for each and every one of us, this might be as scary as it sounds, but not for Captain John Moore, who spends time with the sharks for a living.

“The more time I spend with them [sharks], the more I understand and love them,” the diver told Yahoo News Australia. “These magnificent creatures have very unique personalities and behaviours and I’m always amazed by how intelligent they are.”

 

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An experienced diver and a talented underwater photographer, the 55-year-old man has recently shared a footage he filmed while in the middle of group of bull sharks off Florida coast. But the massive creature were’t just enjoying a swim, but they were taking their meal!

With the spectacular footages, Moore wanted to draw people’s attention regarding these majestic creatures. Frequently seen as the most feared beasts on Earth, the diver says they’re but gentle giants and ‘misunderstood.’

 

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“I think that sharks, particularly bull sharks, are seriously misunderstood,” the diver said. “If people were lucky enough to spend more time around them, that fear would evaporate, because they [bull sharks] are cautious and calculated fish eaters and not scary monsters.”

Captain Moore uses Instagram to constantly share intimate encounters with sharks, during his diving trip. “Today had that epic combination of crystal clear water and some absolute player bulls,” he described this one!

 

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Even although a lot of people were concerned he might get hurt while swimming with the sharks, Moore has little worries though. He even called the moment more like “a choreographed little dance,” and he added that “the video is shot from the perspective of a feeder, which is always a bit chaotic looking.”

Have a look:

 

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h/t: Instagram | YahooNews

Nick Almasan – Nick studied journalism at the University of Barcelona. He is well connected with major news agencies and travels around the globe to research various news facts. He is a perfect photographer and an appreciated publisher in our media group. He speaks fluent english and spanish.