When the big shark was spotted, John Moore, a photographer and marine life lover, was free-diving. Despite the fact that the 55-year-old diver had several shark encounters, this one was by far the largest. The pregnant female shark was seeking for food near the surface with other bull sharks.
The photographer described her as “an extraordinarily huge female.” “She hadn’t skipped a meal, thus she was most likely pregnant.” Throughout our dive, she was a very totally dominant shark, confidently approaching me.”
Moore later posted the fantastic photographs on his Instagram account, where he frequently posts photos of sharks he sees while diving!
“Up close and personal study of a huge female Bull shark’s very remarkable serrated teeth,” he wrote. “A fish had caught a portion of bait and rushed toward me for safety, before becoming afraid and dropping the chunk. This set me up for a photo that my 20mm lens couldn’t handle.”
Even though Moore has a lot of shark experience, this wasn’t the most pleasant meeting for him because bull sharks aren’t the nicest sharks to meet. In fact, along with great white sharks and tiger sharks, this is the most dangerous shark species. They may reach heights of up to 11 feet and weigh up to 1,500 pounds.