A seal escapes a shark attack
In the wild, wild west that is the ocean, the more survival tools you have, the better off you'll be. Just ask this seal!
These photos were taken near Seal Bay, South Africa by wildlife photographer, David Jenkins. Seals usually come in groups, and constantly change position to confuse predators waiting to attack.
But when danger keeps coming, this seal shows us how to survive in the sea. By sticking close to the great white shark's tail and body, it avoids the predator's sharp teeth.
Not everyone was so lucky, the shark seems to have made off with at least one unlucky seal.