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A GREAT white shark demonstrates the power of its infamous jaws  but loses one of its razor sharp teeth in the process. This mesmerising video shows the mechanics of the predators unique mouth, and was filmed by shark educator, Skyler Thomas, from a shark proof cage submerged into the ocean. Most of the footage was shot in Guadalupe, Mexico, South Australia and South Africa, between July and August 2015, and shows the sharks tooth falling out from natural causes. White sharks have five rows of teeth in the bottom and the top of their mouth  with 48 ultra sharp fangs at the front. As the most prominent teeth fall out, the next row moves forward like a conveyor belt  footage of a white shark's tooth falling out naturally is extremely rare. San Francisco resident Skyler, 41, who started studying the species back in 2004, spoke about how the upper jaw becomes separate from the skull during an attack.

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*** VIDEO AVAILABLE *** JULY TO AUGUST 2015: Skyler has been studying great whites since 2004 shot between July and August, 2015. A GREAT white shark demonstrates the power of its infamous jaws but loses one of its razor sharp teeth in the process. This mesmerising video shows the mechanics of the predators unique mouth, and was filmed by shark educator, Skyler Thomas, from a shark proof cage submerged into the ocean. Most of the footage was shot in Guadalupe, Mexico, South Australia and South Africa, between July and August 2015, and shows the sharks tooth falling out from natural causes. White sharks have five rows of teeth in the bottom and the top of their mouth with 48 ultra sharp fangs at the front. As the most prominent teeth fall out, the next row moves forward like a conveyor belt footage of a white shark's tooth falling out naturally is extremely rare. San Francisco resident Skyler, 41, who started studying the species back in 2004, spoke about how the upper jaw becomes separate from the skull during an attack. PHOTOGRAPH BY Skyler Thomas / Barcroft Media UK Office, London. T +44 845 370 2233 W www.barcroftmedia.com USA Office, New York City. T +1 212 796 2458 W www.barcroftusa.com Indian Office, Delhi. T +91 11 4053 2429 W www.barcroftindia.com (Photo credit should read Skyler Thomas / Barcroft Media / Barcroft Media via Getty Images)
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Experts describe New Smyrna Beach in Volusia County, Florida, as the shark attack capital of the world, and it lived up to that reputation this weekend, when three people were bitten by sharks over two days.

On Saturday, 20-year-old surfer Emily Comfort was bitten on her left hand and wrist, according to Volusia County Beach Safety. She was taken to Halifax Medical Center in Daytona Beach with injuries that were not life-threatening.

Half an hour later, officials said, 21-year-old surfer Riley Petrovich had to be treated for a shark bite to his right foot; he refused transport to the hospital.

A lot of bait fish gather in the area beyond the pier at New Smyrna Beach, and sharks follow them, according to Gavin Naylor, director of the Florida Program for Shark Research at the Florida Museum of Natural History.

Naylor says that the best surfing breaks are also found at this part of the beach.

“If you like to surf and you surf in this particular spot, the chances are high that you have been within 10 feet of a shark,” Naylor wrote in an email. “The surfers all know this. They routinely report seeing sharks in the area. While it may be news to the non-surfing community, it is widely known to scientists and surfers.”

Less than 24 hours after the first two bites, 51-year-old Peter Bourbeau was standing in knee-deep water when his right foot was bitten by what he described as a 4-foot-shark, Volusia County Beach Safety said. He told officials that he kicked the shark with his left foot, and it swam away.

The sharks in these attacks have not been identified, but Naylor said blacktips, spinners and juvenile sandbar sharks are frequently found in the area, and on occasion, hammerhead and tiger sharks can be seen.

To the surprise of many, he said, fairly large sharks will venture into shallow water.

According to the International Shark Attack File, Volusia County has recorded 303 shark attacks – the most in the United States – since 1882. The second closest is Brevard County, Florida, with 147.

Of the 1,441 confirmed unprovoked shark attacks in the United States since 1837, Florida dominates the list, with 828 recorded attacks. The second closest state is Hawaii at 162.