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HIS BAIT WAS SEALED

15-foot-long great white sharks on the hunt, in False Bay, South Africa - SHOCK and awe pictures of 15-foot-long great whites on the hunt will leave you stunned. Pictures of the predatory behavior of one of nature’s most magnificent predators show how sharks can leap up to eight-feet in the air in their quest for food. Eating two cape fur seals whole, as well as biting down on special decoys used to encourage sharks to leap, these hungry sharks are a powerful reminder of nature at its most fearsome. Dutch photographer Peter Verhoog, 58, explained what it was like to witness these deadly hunters at False Bay, South Africa…

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