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No animals were hurt in the taking of these amazing pictures - because the scariest predators on Earth sunk their razor-sharp teeth into a dummy seal.  Displaying their athleticism, these Great Whites soar through the air and reach heights of 8ft.<br />
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At 14ft-long, these 350 st (2250 kg) beasts are performing breaching, one of many killer moves in the Great White's arsenal.  With a beautiful South African backdrop, the majestic animals demonstrate their deadly technique in front of photographer Chris Fallows.  SEE OUR COPY FOR DETAILS.<br />
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Pictured:  A great white shark jumping into the air, at at Seal Island in False Bay, South Africa. (Series 2 of 3 )<br />
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