Video Shark’s Next Meal | Close Call on Paddle Board 2 years ago Prev Article Next Article FacebookTwitterredditPinterest LIKE us on FACEBOOK http://facebook.com/JukinVideo While paddle boarding in El Porto, in Manhattan Beach, CA this dude almost became a great white … source FacebookTwitterredditPinterest Prev Article Next Article Related Posts Epic Wins from the JukinVideo Vault February 26, 2016 Skateboard Off Roof Into Bush May 10, 2016 Man Train Surfs and Jumps Off | Fun in Ukraine March 8, 2016 The Best Toddler Fail | Bouncy Castle TAKES OUT Kid May 23, 2016 When A Summer Pool Jump Fails December 28, 2017 Surprise On Highway | Driving In the Rain January 23, 2016 18 Comments Charles James September 11, 2016 It's a really young juvenile that only eats relatively small fish. Still, an interesting interaction. Nice. WallCat Lily September 11, 2016 This is why I have a fear of water… Ariella Sinistaj September 11, 2016 i would crap myself than die JulpurZz 23 September 11, 2016 How i wish he fell into the water Bobby Paluga September 11, 2016 Looks like a small nurse shark, no worry or was it a Bull and I missed something? Matthew Maxcy September 11, 2016 Guess he didnt see the 2 nd one beside it.. Doc Von Doom September 11, 2016 So scared he comes up with a metaphor like "shakin like a leaf" lol valderja September 11, 2016 It's about 3 feet long. MegaTriumph1 September 11, 2016 That is weird. You have a paddle. The shark is quick. Hmm would been a good one. MoBench25 September 11, 2016 WATCH "Squirrel Jumps on Dog Head" " part 1-2-3 MoBench25 September 11, 2016 WATCH "Squirrel Jumps on Dog Head" part 1-2-3 jjs4you2 September 11, 2016 Junior White Sharks home grounds are in the Santa Monica Bay from Point Dume down past Malibu, along the South Bay and to and around Pacific Palasaids, while on down south their will be occasional White sightings along the southern beaches all the way down into Baja. The juveniles will hang closer to the inner Santa Monica bay so not to run into the big White's passing by Catalina on their way to their home grounds by San Francisco and south to Baja California. They are usually from 6 foot to 9' even 10 feet, these hang around the bay until they get big enough to hang with the big boys and girls. The closer to the beaches the smaller they will be. The channel between Catalina and the mainland is where you will see the HUGE 14 foot and bigger White's on there way to and from their roaming grounds at the F aralon Islands off San Francisco at the north while off of Baja California and it's bay to the south while some make the trip out to the Hawaiian Islands as they make a long triangle trip from Baja to San Fran, out to Hawaii then back to Baja or San Fran. The lil' guys and girls stay in Baja bay inner waters where they were born until they are around 5 feet, then make the swim to the Santa Monica Bay where they hang out for a few years until they are big enough so the large White's don't see them as a meal. jjs4you2 September 11, 2016 I forgot to add, it's not much of a "Lunker" it looks to be about 6' to 7'. I would think the guy would have been extremely scared and would have made his way to the shore in a hurry if this was a 14' to 16'er and 2 tons of teeth that would have bumped his board just because he could. The smaller White's don't have the balls to do it until they are over 10'. lee reynolds September 11, 2016 baby great white dgalindo37 September 11, 2016 lil 6ftr but he can do some damage. try next to a 15 to 20ft and u shit urself MR K September 11, 2016 you and your little dingy board. you do know that sharks jump right? just imagine a great white shark full speed from the bottom of the ocean right through you LMAO i would be laughing my ass off seeing you flying in the air with your chicken legs all over the place screaming hahahahah well, you wont be screaming for too long, its just seconds 😉 then will see you in another life. You might comeback as a chicken hahahahahahahahaha Adrian Marati September 11, 2016 You got balls they is one big shark God daaaamn. tankthomas44 September 11, 2016 Sketchy ass hell!