Jaws of Death
The majority of attacks can be referred to as ‘bite and release’. A bull shark is very stocky animal, they have nice, broad, serrated teeth, so you can think of it as a mouthful of steak knives. And a rule of thumb is a shark will see twice as much as we can under water. So they’ve heard the prey, they’ve seen the prey and for them to attack prey naturally they have to hit it at huge speed, so you know, they’re coming in like a freight train, come through, smash and bite the prey and what they’re trying to do is cause a fatal blow and then back off.