National Geographic : 2000 Apr
WATER ERUPTED. A GIGANTIC BODY BLASTED THROUGH THE SURFACE. With a seldom-seen breaching maneuver, a great white ambushes a towed decoy near a fur seal colony in False Bay. Splashdown (right) smashes the decoy held in the shark's jaws. "Anything moving across the sur face in this feeding area is likely to be hit," explains Rocky Strong, who says that motion and size are key factors in triggering an attack. "It's shoot first and ask questions later."