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Terrifying Great White Shark is Actually Just Browsing

I didn’t mean to eat you, I was just exploring with my mouth.

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Great White Sharks are beautiful creatures that few people ever get to see with their own eyes. Oh, also they’re terrifying, which a photo recently posted by filmmaker Dave Riggs of a Great White seemingly lunging toward his camera reminded us of – and which an entire genre of movies won’t let us forget. This video, though, provides some context and explains that the magnificent creature explores with its mouth and was simply curious about the filmmakers. So, the next time your roommate is pissed that you polished off his Pepper Jack Cheez-Its, just explain to him that we’re not so different from the sharks. You were simply curious about the exciting new flavor, exploring with your mouth when they accidentally fell in.

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