Diving with sharks is relatively common place now. So much so that sharing the water with a Great White from within the safety of a cage is a popular tourist money spinner in many holiday resorts.
But would you be willing to jump in the water without a cage, in among around 40 sharks during a feeding frenzy?
No, us neither. But that’s exactly what these guys did. When news spread of a whale carcas floating off the coast of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa, these divers went to check it out.
When they got there to find that the rotting whale had already attracted the attention of a couple of Great Whites, about 20 Tiger Sharks, and a host of other toothy cartilaginons helping themselves to the aquatic version of a take away.