A man experienced the shock of his life after his drone footage captures the most breathtaking sight involving a 10-foot hammerhead shark.

                                  You just have to see this incredible footage...

                                  You never think you'd be caught up in such a heart-stopping moment, do you?

                                  via: Getty

                                  The man decided to take a dip in the sea just off the coast of Miami when he suddenly realized he wasn't alone...

                                  And, luckily for us...

                                  The entire incident was captured on camera - and posted to Instagram.

                                  Now, sharks have been feared by us humans for centuries.

                                  via: Getty

                                  However, though they may look formidable,? sharks - great whites, in particular - are actually one of the more peaceful creatures in the ocean.

                                  They have a visually scary demure.

                                  Admittedly, sharks aren't the cuddliest of creatures. With rows of razor-sharp teeth and empty, black eyes, they can be a bit intimidating, to say the least... Oh, and the fact that they can grow to be the same size as a bus doesn't help either.

                                  And the 1975 blockbuster, Jaws, only spurred this negative stigma around great white sharks further.

                                  Following the release of the movie, a shark-hunting frenzy began, with people mercilessly killing the unfortunate creatures after watching their dramatized version on the big screen.

                                  But these shark attacks are much less common than you'd think.

                                  via: Getty

                                  It turns out that humans aren't a shark's first dish of choice, with them preferring to hunt sea lions, seals, smaller whales, and turtles.

                                  Statistics show that there were only thirty-two confirmed cases of shark attacks in the United States last year and only one fatality.

                                  And, believe it or not, sharks very rarely eat humans.

                                  via: Getty

                                  Considering that sharks evolved millions of years before humans ever walked the Earth (or swam in the oceans...), we are not a part of their typical diet.

                                  However, they can still pack in a big bite.

                                  People have been known to suffer from major injuries when caught in the crosswinds of certain sharks, mainly Great Whites.

                                  So, of course...

                                  via: Getty

                                  You wouldn't want to find yourself in the open water alone with one of these creatures, would you?

                                  And this brings us back to our story of one man and an unexpected visit from a hammerhead shark...

                                  Instagram user, Jason McIntosh, also known as JMac, caught some incredible footage last week involving a drone, an unsuspecting swimmer, and a 10-foot long hammerhead shark.

                                  Hammerhead sharks, though large in size, are considered to pose no threat to humans...

                                  And have been known to tolerate divers and swimmers with little or no issues in the past.

                                  According to National Geographic, hammerheads are smaller than other shark species...

                                  However, they are still considerably bigger than humans and that's probably the only thing that makes them look pretty fierce.

                                  And this footage that Jason Mac recorded really proves that.

                                  In the clip, a swimmer in Miami seems to be having a good time just floating on the surface of the clear water but unbeknown to him, there's something lurking in the water.

                                  Jason was flying his drone over the scene, so managed to capture the entire thing...

                                  And after editing some music behind the video, he uploaded it onto his Instagram account, drawing in a lot of attention from other social media users.

                                  Comments flooded in...

                                  Have a look for yourselves:

                                  Isn't that just amazing? Keep scrolling to see a great white shark soar fifteen-feet in the air...

                                  辣椒直播 |1000部拍拍拍18勿入在线视...|学长把我压在桌子上要我