This is the dramatic moment a terrifying Great White shark attacks two baby seals.
Travelling at 35mph, the two-tonne monster rockets out of the sea, tossing the shocked pups into the air.
And although one of the slippery little chaps manages to execute a nifty mid-air spin and escape the jaws of the Great White, the other wasn't so lucky.
This extremely rare sight was captured by British photographer Dan Callister at Seal Island, South Africa, where 64,000 Cape Fur Seals go to breed between April and September every year.
Local Great White expert Chris Fellows, 36, said: "A seal can be cut in half in an instant, which is actually a blessing in disguise, as it is one of the most humane deaths in the animal kingdom."
Humane. That's me. The pictures are here.