A huge white shark appeared grinning at the camera of BBC Wildlife Photographers while it was swimming near the coast of Guadalupe Island, Mexico. Divers swam in and out of cages 40ft under the water with the aim of taking photos of the 14-foo-long shark. These great white sharks are known as the most dangerous predators on Earth. They offer brave divers the chance to get up close and personal with them. The sharks were discovered last month when they migrated to feed on elephant bull seals that gathered on Guadalupe. In general, sharks are wild and dangerous animals, therefore film producers had to find an effective way to approach them.
The white shark is considered as the most dangerous predator on Earth
Divers used some small fish dangling from cages to attract the attention of sharks
The sharks after that swam near the cage to see what was going on, and then they simply swam off
The main aim of these expeditions is to show that huge whites are not cruel creatures that people often see in movies or in some documentaries.
A diver and filming group swam under the shark
The shark seemed to be not panicky or angry with the appearance of the diver.
Divers tried to carry out gentle actions
A school of small fish appeared and the shark did not pay attention to the cage any more.
A dangerous predator tried to strenuously swam out of the water to hunt for food.
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