This is how we do.

This is how we do.

The Bruce look….of love.

Originally shared by Cristina Zenato

I rarely post images of wide open shark jaws because that’s not how sharks swim around.

Shark jaws are connected to the skulls through a series of muscles that allows them to drop the jaw down and thrust it forward in what is then posted as the “shot” in the moment of the final bite. It’s what I call the “Bruce” look.

In this screens shots from a video it’s evident the anatomy of a Bruce bite but the final image shows how sharks normally look and swim around.

#exploration #education #conservation

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