Seeing a great white shark up close is truly amazing, but seeing one in slow motion is even better. Watch as this determined 3,000 pound great white leaps out of the water, traveling 60 feet in just two seconds, to catch its prey.
Scientists believe that sharks learn to breach by observing other sharks, in order to catch fast moving prey. However, breaching is actually pretty rare since it uses up so much energy.
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