By Ben Walley
This mighty Great White shark was spotted smashing its tail into the ocean to create its own underwater tornado.
The gigantic fish plunges itself deeper into the water and what’s left behind looks like a miniature tornado swirl.
William Drumm, 32, captured the unusual moment of film in the Guadalupe Island – a volcanic island off the coast of Mexico’s Baja California.
The photographer and filmmaker said: “My footage shows a large male great white shark at Guadalupe Island is making a sharknado underwater.
“I had never seen this before, but a vortex was formed when this large male great white’s tail hit the water.
“This is in Guadalupe Island, where the sharks come to feed on elephant seals and other pinnipeds.
“It really was amazing to see!”