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Erika Owen
December 02, 2016

Sharks are majestic creatures—after all, they never really sleep. And it's not everyday that you spot one vaulting itself out of the water for a midday snack. This is exactly what a boat full of fishers found themselves looking at last month.

According to Elasmo Research, a shark has to get moving at the speed of almost 25 miles per hour to get itself out of the water. Compared to its regular speed of one-and-a-half miles per hour, according to Elasmo Research.

If you've seen "JAWS," this scene will look especially familiar. Check it out:

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