When you go great white cage diving, you always want to get a close shot of the feature attraction. But sometimes, they get so close that you wonder if maybe the opening of the cage is just a wee bit too big. This looks to be one of those occasions. This cage diver enjoyed a super-sized closeup during a cage dive off the Neptune Islands in South Australia. He was out with Rodney Fox Adventur
Artist Richard Symonds diving and photographing Great White Sharks on board Mike Rutzen's boat from Gansbaai, South Africa on November 2014. Visit Richard's art at www.richardsymonds.co.uk DAHA FAZLA GÖSTER
A purpose built cage is made of plexiglass on one side so it looks like easy prey to a Great White Shark. But an 18ft shark shows up and the cage may not withstand the attack.
Shark experts insist that sharks are not interested in eating humans but unfortunately they sometimes use their jaws to investigate.
Includes almost shark attack at 03:00. Filmed in Gansbaai South Africa near Dyer island. Some french guys meet andre who introduce them to freediving with great whites. First time white sharks filmed without cage.