Sometimes we imagine white sharks only hunting in the open blue of the ocean or launching breach attacks from the deep. However, their most susceptible prey are the new seal and sea lion pups who are just venturing from shore for the first time, or that are swept out to sea by a large wave. With that in mind it is actually common to see white sharks patrolling close to shore, and in Andrew Fox's case, he's actually seen these predations take place deep in the bay of the Neptune Islands of South Australia. Other locations where this has been witnessed include South Africa and Cape Cod.
This is a small segment from Skyler Thomas's interview with Andrew Fox in 2014, which can now be viewed in its entirety at below.
Full Interview with Andrew Fox
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Skyler Thomas is the primary blog contributor, cinematographer, and lead editor at White Shark Video.