Transcript for Great White Shark Attack Caught on Camera
Now to some remarkable images we've never seen before. Even the experts are amazed. A shark attacking a camera underwater teaching us something new about these powerful creatures. ABC's gio Benitez has the story. Reporter: This is the jaw-dropping moment when a great white shark attacks a remote-controlled underwater camera. Watch again as the shark comes fast and furious at the camera biting into it at a force of approximately two tons per square inch all filmed with a high-tech shark camera, part of an upcoming special "Jaws strikes back" airing next week on the discovery channel's shark week. Oh, my god. This is some pretty intense damage right here. That's tough paint. Reporter: Scientists Greg scomo has studied them for 30 years and never saw anything like this before. We don't know why the drone is so attractive to the shark in terms of whether it's predatory behavior or some level of Territo territoriality it's exhibiting. All our observations of them attacking nick occur at or near the surface and here we have observations occurring at 300 feet deep. Never ever been seen before. Reporter: It seems like it's the summer of sharks. On Saturday a shark bit this young boy while he was swimming at a Florida beach. Just bit me and pulled me under the water. Reporter: In Manhattan beach, California, fourth of July weekend a great white attacked Steve roble while on a morning swim all caught on camera. Made a real fast sharp left turn and lunged right at my chest. Reporter: Now with these high-tech drone cameras going to deeper levels, scientists say we are getting a brand-new look at shark life. Unbelievable. And you can watch more starting this Sunday when the discovery channel kicks off shark week. The episode "Jaws strikes back" airs on Monday. Jaws will ruin it for me. I don't like going in the ocean because I saw "Jaws" when I was maybe too young. You got to get over that. It got me too. Also an episode where hall-of-famers go for a swim. Yeah, hall-of-famers go for a swim, but one doesn't come back.
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