posted on Feb, 24 2017 @ 03:48 PM
I was watching some drone footage released by Australia's Department of Primary Industries.
The video shows various sea life that can be identified by an airborne drone. ( I specify airborne because there are underwater drones as well )
The video starts by displaying some of the oceans inhabitants that by use of drone, can be identified from the skies.
You got schools of dolphins and rays, turtles...then a great white.
Well, the great white appears to be stalking 2 clueless surfers.
You can see the shark dart towards one of its potential victims, but just as the shark approaches, the surfer catches a wave and wisks away.
Then you can see the shark change its attention towards the other surfer.
Unbeknownst to the lucky guy, the shark has himself a change of heart and takes off in another direction at the last second.
These 2 gents seem to have no idea how close they were to a very serious incident.
Note: for some reason the video isn't linking correctly through YouTube.
You can see the video through this news link:
Drone video link
Perhaps someone can properly link the YouTube video.