Remember the killer whales attacking baby orca? Those guys are pussies compared to how Great White Sharks do it!
Photographer Alfred Weissenegger took the pictures immediately above and below this paragraph pictures from a boat in False Bay which is off Cape Town, South Africa. The Bay is said to be the best place in the world to witness breaching great white sharks. This is mainly due to the presence of around 64,000 cape fur seals that call the island home from April to September.
The average great white in the waters around the area measures between 12-16ft, with the biggest being a near 20-feet long giant spotted in 1997.
What's that Jimmy Jangles? Those pictures where shit? OK, we're turning it up to eleven! Here's the real deal - check out these pictures from the same Bay in 2007.
The photographer who took all the other pictures, Chris Fellows said:
"When children see a shark eat a seal they feel sorry for the seal, but it's like a lion catching a zebra - it's a natural phenomenon." I also think it's awesome when the crocodiles get them too...
Check out what was found inside this tiger shark's belly.