Cooling drone footage captures a monster Great White Shark moving along the coast of Sydney, just meters from some of the city's most popular beaches
- Recorded images showed a seal frolicking in the water around Bronte Beach
- Moments later, a gigantic great white shark appeared off the shore of the beach
- Shark continued to swim and circulate as he headed north toward Tamarama
Cooling images captured a large white shark of four meters while it swam along the Sydney coastline meters from the shore.
Recordings made by the Drone Shark app showed a seal frolicking in the water around Bronte Beach.
Moments later, a huge Great White appeared off the beach.
Recordings made by the Drone Shark app showed a seal frolicking in the water around Bronte Beach
& # 39; Massive Great White, & # 39; hears the man who controls the drone say.
& # 39; It's probably after the seal. & # 39;
Immediately after it was noticed, a lifeguard used a megaphone to warn surfers and swimmers of the potential danger.
The shark then headed north toward the neighboring beach of Tamarama.
The men who controlled the drone believed that the shark was at least four meters long, pointing to the thick tail of the animal.
A jet ski was sent from Bondi Beach and lifeguards brought him back to deeper waters.
The shark continued to swim and circulate as it headed north toward Tamarama Beach
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