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Special REMUS SharkCam Becomes the Hunted in Creepy Footage

 - Aug 5, 2014
References: whoi.edu & designtaxi
If a person is at all interested in watching shark attack videos, perhaps they can start with this one. Although still creepy, instead of involving a real-life person or animal, it focuses on the special camera that was submerged underwater to capture the ferocious sea creatures. Dubbed the REMUS SharkCam, it takes on the form of a torpedo. Hence, its menacing presence warrants a territorial attack for the great white sharks.

The shark attack video footage captured close-up views of the shark attacking and biting the torpedo in swift motions. Since the REMUS SharkCam was outfitted with six cameras, it really shows how deadly a shark in action can be. This shark attack video is released in time to celebrate Shark Week.