I'm not into tooth and claw docos on National Geo or Discovery channels, but THIS is just magnificent: photos.
South African wildlife photographer Chris Fellows took the pictures as the 5m, 2000kg predator exploded from the water to grab a lure.
The shark was travelling about 50km/h as its 250 teeth clamped on to the rubber bait.
"When kids see a shark eating a seal they feel sorry for the seal, but it's like a lion catching a zebra - it's a natural phenomenon," said Fellows.
Nah, some of them get off on the violence and the killing. But the first and third pics in the sequence are pure joy.