Escape the jaws of death: great white shark attacks seal pups but is too clever in amazing drone recordings
- Seal pup out maneuvers the shark and swim beside its tail to avoid the jaws
- Incredible images were captured by a robotic gull hovering above him
- It was filmed for the BBC One program Spy In The Wild that was broadcast this week
This is the amazing moment when a seal pup closely avoids the jaws of a great white shark by swimming behind it.
Incredible footage, taken by a robotic gull, causes the pup to turn and jump out of the water while fighting to stay behind the predator before swimming away.
It was filmed at an unknown location as part of the BBC series Spy In The Wild.
The incredible images showed the seal swimming next to the great white shark tail while trying to dodge its jaws in an unknown location
The shocking video starts with the pup leaping out of the water while the shark closes its jaws just a few centimeters from its tail.
The prey then quickly turns and rushes to the shark’s tail. Every time the shark turns to land a bite, the desperate puppy turns too, keeping as close to the tail as possible.
When the predator tires of this encounter the seal, she runs towards it and escapes with his life.
Narrator David Tennant tells viewers that the seal could escape because it “could turn faster” than the shark.
A separate scene, created by the BBC program, also shows a shark that shows an interest in their robot robot camera, which looks like a seal, and takes a bite out of it. The predator, however, quickly gets tired of the attack and swims away.
After the shark was tired of hunting, the seal pup swam away as quickly as possible
The seal also jumped out of the water to prevent the shark from being filmed in the epic clip by a robotic gull hovering above it
The program, which is in the second series, shows images made by robotic animals, including a gorilla, elephant, and puffin, when placed with the animal they represent.
The clip was shown on BBC One on Tuesday.