This Great White Shark Stunned All Shark Experts By Jumping 15 Feet Above Water

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So, a great white shark, one of the largest sharks in the world, was seen emerging from the water and launching itself into the air. But this wasn’t an ordinary leap because it managed to get itself 15 feet (4.57 meters) above water.

In context, according to Sharks World, a typical shark will jump up to 8-10 feet (2.4–3 meters) above water. For this reason, seeing a shark soar another 5 feet above this mark makes a record-breaking breach.

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