In February 2019, American photographer Tanner Munsell observed sharks off the coast of Florida. He wanted to capture on camera how the fish knead their jaws after eating.
Munsell recently posted his photos online. Users of American social networks immediately noticed that one of the sharks resembles former US President Donald Trump. This is reported by LADbible.
Munsell's followers left sarcastic comments under the photo: "I want to apologize to the shark in advance, but it really looks like Trump." Some even considered the photo to be fake. A photo of a Trump-like shark scored over 30,000 "Like" marks and went viral.
Munsell said that underwater shark shooting for him is a kind of addiction. He tried to capture the shot that became famous for more than a year. The shark's kneading jaws were always too far away, or he swam up to them from an unsuccessful angle. The photographer did not pursue any political goals: "I was surprised at the number of comments on Trump. I think it's funny. I've never heard of a shark being compared to a man."
Earlier, "Profile" wrote that in Australia, the first ever case of a turtle attack on a shark was recorded. The video includes attempts by an Australian green turtle to bite a tiger shark.