This freakishly lucky photo captures a tooth flying through the air the moment a female great white shark chomps the tuna bait at Guadalupe Island.

Chasing Great Whites around the world

William Buchheit's picture

I’ll never forget the first time I saw a great white shark in person.  It was a brisk morning in November 2006 and the sun splintered the Pacific like a million shards of sky-colored glass.  I was standing aboard an old boat called The Searcher 170 miles from the closest North American shore.

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