The drone captured sharks swimming up to floating children in Australia

13 July 2017
The drone captured sharks swimming up to floating children in Australia

The photographer Sean Scott accidentally caught the terrifying video with the help of his drone: children swimming in the ocean were suddenly surrounded by lots of large sharks.

Children weren’t injured. Actually, predators were there for the giant bait ball of tiny fish rather than children. The black spot in the water was, in fact, a great number of fish. The author admitted that he’d never seen anything like this before.

Scientists have announced that the drone captured 3m long bronze whaler sharks. They have also specified that the species is not dangerous for people. Such predators eat tiny oily fish.

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