If you associate dolphins with sweet little Flipper, and sharks with menacing mouthy nightmares, the drone footage captured by Bruno Kataoka may make you think again.
His drone caught a pod of false killer whales, members of the dolphin family, stalking a young shark in the waters off the Sydney, Australia, suburb of Cronulla. They tire it out, and eventually the leader grabs Young Jaws in its, well, jaws, and that's a wrap. The juvenile shark looks about as big as a Jolly Rancher in the massive mouth of its killer.
"We did not expect to see what we saw," Kataoka, a self-described director of photography, told Sydney's 7 News. "It was a really exciting moment...National Geographic guys wait months to get such a thing." An expert consulted by 7 News estimated the attacking dolphins at 3-5 meters long (10-16 feet).
Goodbye, little teen shark. Rest in pieces.