It's the Meg!
A great white shark has been caught on camera leaping out of the sea beneath a researcher and lunging at him, mouth open!
Mr Skomal, senior biologist at the state Division of Marine Fisheries, told the Boston Globe: “Out of nowhere, I look down and I see the gaping mouth of a white shark looking right up at me, literally within a couple feet of the pulpit.
He told the paper he had two hypotheses for why the great white acted the way it did.
“There’s an old expression called fight or flight. Perhaps bearing its teeth and jumping up was a way of protecting itself before it took off,” he said. “Part of me believes that’s what happened.”
But he had another explanation: “It was in hunting mode.