Are you ever really out of a great white shark’s reach?
Maybe not, as this video out of Australia shows.
The footage shows a great white leap completely out of the water as it goes after some bait.
Haylee Weber filmed the scene while on a shark-diving tour with Calypso Star Charters in Port Lincoln, according to Storyful.
Mashable reports that the shark had to be traveling at nearly 25 miles per hour to leap out of the water as seen in the video.
While watching this apex predator go airborne can certainly look scary, the sharks have a lot more to fear from humans than we do from them.
A 2013 report found an estimated 100 million sharks are killed by humans every year.
Last year, sharks killed six humans.