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'Shark Tank' like you've never seen it before

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The latest YouTube sensation will have you clenching your “jaws”!

A man strapped a GoPro camera onto his head, then jumped off a cliff into the Sydney Harbor. What he didn’t know was that a nicely-sized shark was waiting in the waters below.

According to the YouTube description underneath the video, the encounter was with a great white shark near Manly Jump Rock.

You can hear the man yell under water as he caught a glimpse of the amazing creature. When he came up for air, his friends were screaming “Shark!!”

Luckily, the shark seems un-phased by the man’s presence and opts to leave him alone.

There is speculation on the Internet that the video is fake.

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