AN EYE-POPPING new photo shows a massive shark about to devour an unsuspecting diver — but not really.
The person was not harmed by the shark despite the menacing appearance of the underwater predator.
The misleading photo makes it seem like the man is tiny compared to the size of the killer shark – but it was all down to the perspective of the picture.
The diver somehow has never been bitten despite the fact that his hands are in the mouth of sharks almost every day.
There are up to 100 shark attacks around the world every year and about 15 annually in the U.S.
A man was killed by a shark earlier this month off the coast of Western Australia, according to The Associated Press. The body was not found.
It had been the 16th deadly shark attack in the region in the last two decades.
STAYING ALIVE Doctor reveals simple technique that could save your life after deadly shark attack… if you don’t pass out from the pain
AN Australian doctor has revealed a simple trick that could save your life after a shark attack.
Dr Nicholas Taylor, Associate Dean of the ANU Medical School and experienced surfer, has said making a fist and pushing hard on the femoral artery can stop bleeding almost immediately.