A free diver has captured on tape a pack of ravenous sharks during a feeding frenzy in some amazing footage. But to add to the drama, the man remained in the center of the action. This may be frightening to each and every one of us, but not to Captain John Moore, who spends his time with sharks as part of his job.
The diver told Yahoo News Australia, “The more time I spend with them [sharks], the more I understand and love them.” “I’m constantly impressed by how intelligent these gorgeous creatures are. They have really own personalities and behaviors.”
An experienced diver and a talented underwater photographer, the 55-year-old man has recently shared a footage he filmed while in the middle of group of bull sharks off Florida coast. But the massive creature were’t just enjoying a swim, but they were taking their meal!
With the spectacular footages, Moore wanted to draw people’s attention regarding these majestic creatures. Frequently seen as the most feared beasts on Earth, the diver says they’re but gentle giants and ‘misunderstood.’
The diver stated, “I believe that sharks, in especially bull sharks, are terribly misunderstood. Bull sharks are careful and methodical fish eaters, not terrifying monsters, therefore if humans had the chance to spend more time with them, their anxiety would go.
While on his diving excursion, Captain Moore frequently posts personal experiences with sharks on Instagram. He characterized this one as having “that spectacular combo of crystal clear water and some tremendous player bulls”!
Even although a lot of people were concerned he might get hurt while swimming with the sharks, Moore has little worries though. He even called the moment more like “a choreographed little dance,” and he added that “the video is shot from the perspective of a feeder, which is always a bit chaotic looking.”