Since “Air Jaws“ Launched on Discovery Channel in 2001, the series gave viewers a glimpse of some of the most interesting images of the great white shark violations.
The latest installment, titled “Air Jaws: Ultimate Breach” kicked off its annual weekly “Shark Week” series on Sunday, seeing great white shark expert Chris Fallows try to catch mother of all violations.
“I can’t believe how tall it comes out, it’s just perfect … a picture you dream of,” he said. “They say a photo is worth a thousand words. Well, that photo is worth a thousand breaches. ”
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“This must be the last air function violation,” Fallows continued.
“Air Jaws”; saw three teams using decoys, drones and underwater cameras to count breaches while collecting data on hunting techniques to see whether populations Whether or not the shark will recover, according to Discovery Channel
On Sunday, the latest episode saw experts using different methods to catch a shark invading the coast of Seal Island, South Africa. One expert tried to photograph at night, while another used a drone to record their efforts, according to Yahoo Entertainment.
However, Fallows used a towed camera to record the violation he estimated 15 feet above water, setting a new series record.
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Users on social media shared their enthusiasm for the record breach, which marks the series’ 20th anniversary.
“That violation is unbelievable !!” one user commented.
“That last violation !!!!” another wrote.
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“Absolutely beautiful! That was wonderful!” another commented.