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Fisherman catches somersault shoals at Perforated, north of Yeppoon in Queensland

Visser captures the incredible moment when a huge shark repeatedly emerges from the water off the coast of Australia

  • The mako shark was seen at Perforated, north of Yeppoon in Queensland
  • Ryan Cowley captured the incredible moment and shared it on social media
  • The mako shark jumped out of the water and did a somersault and almost landed in the boat

A fisherman captured the incredible moment when a mako shark repeatedly jumped out of the water and jumped into the air off the coast of Queensland.

Ryan Cowley shared the remarkable footage he captured on his Sunday fishing trip at Perforated, north of Yeppoon, in Central Queensland.

The mako shark broke into the water several times – and at one point almost landed in the fishing boat.

Ryan Cowley shared incredible footage of the shark’s tricks on his Sunday fishing trip in Perforated, north of Yeppoon in Central Queensland

The video has collected thousands of views.

Makos are considered the world’s fastest shark and can swim at 80 mph.

They also jump out of the water.

They can be at least 29 years old and up to 4 meters long.

The mako shark is considered an endangered species by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

The shark repeatedly jumped out of the water and hit the air

The shark repeatedly jumped out of the water and hit the air

The shark repeatedly jumped out of the water and hit the air

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