Anyone swimming in the ocean knows how terrifying it is to come into contact with a shark. When a tiger shark ate Zimy Da Kid’s underwater action camera, the filmmaker was able to record what it’s like to be eaten by one, sort of. The video survived the ordeal and provides an exciting 360-degree view inside the shark’s mouth.
One of the sharks noticed the equipment as Zimy Da Kid was filming a documentary close to a group of them and swam over to investigate. The shark bit down on the camera for 27 seconds before taking us on an unexpected adventure. We enter its closed mouth with its gills on the inside wall of its throat after passing beyond its scary fangs.
Once outside of its jaw’s boundaries, the bizarre sight reveals a smooth, ridged interior. But the shark only got as far before realizing it wasn’t food and spitting it out. This little yet amazing footage was all that was left for the cinematographer.\
Zimy Da Kid was on an excursion with Deep Sea Guardians, an environmental protection group that is focused on artists who use their skills to produce eye-catching photos deep below the ocean. According to him, “Art has this special ability to evoke emotions in people, and once people fall in love with something, they begin to care for and defend it.” “Exactly this is what I hope to accomplish with my paintings!
The underwater camera used by filmmaker Zimy Da Kid was devoured by an inquisitive tiger shark. The video is short and entertaining to watch, and it survived the ordeal: